North High School Literature Club Girls' single will be released April 29th
Anime specialty retailer Tsutaya has Tweeted a listing revealing that the North High School Literature Club Girls, a vocal unit made up of Minori Chihara (Yuki Nagato), Natsuko Kuwatani (Ryoko Asakura), Yūko Gotō (Mikuru Asahina), Yuki Matsuoka (Tsuruya) and Aya Hirano (Haruhi Suzumiya), will be singing "Fure Fure Mirai," the opening to spring's The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan TV anime.
The single will be released April 29th.
【予約開始】4月から放送のTVアニメ「長門有希ちゃんの消失」OPテーマ「フレ降レミライ」が4月29日発売！北高文芸部女子会（茅原実里さん、桑谷夏子さん、後藤邑子さん、松岡由貴さん、平野 綾さん）が担当！ http://t.co/scdqF2z531— TSUTAYA通販アニメ (@tsutayaec_anime) February 12, 2015
Takeshi Yasuda is on planning with storyboard artist and episode director Junichi Wada stepping up to helm the Satelight production. Touko Machida (Lucky Star, Wake Up Girls!, Chaika) is writing series composition with Ikuko Itoh (Princess Tutu) on character designs.
Tatsuya Kato, (Free!) composer for Lantis, will compose the music for Yuki-chan.
Production credit goes to North High Literature Club.
Yuki Nagato: Minori Chihara
Kyon: Tomokazu Sugita
Ryouko Asakura: Natsuko Kuwatani
Mikuru Asahina: Yuko Goto
Tsuruya-san: Yuki Matsuoka
Taniguchi: Minoru Shiraishi
Kunikida: Megumi Matsumoto
Itsuki Koizumi: Daisuke Ono
Haruhi Suzumiya: Aya Hirano
The anime is based on Puyo’s Haruhi spin-off manga series, which starts off with a less aliens, ESPers and time travelers approach to the material, as an average girl Yuki tries to save her beleaguered literature club by recruiting Kyon.
Yen Press is releasing the manga in North America.