Catalog Number: TFCC-89643
Announcing the 4th single by DAOKO, "Step Up LOVE!"
The main track, which serves as the ending theme to TV anime Blood Blockade Battlefront & BEYOND, was produced by Yasuyuki Okamura!
DAOKO is on the rise - the anime video for her collaboration with Kenshi Yonezu "Uchiage Hanabi," the theme song for the movie "Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?," crossed 50 million views and stayed at the top of the iTunes weekly song ranking for six weeks straight. It also took #1 spots on top views rankings across all digital distributors, including LINE MUSIC and Spotify, and even made it to number one on Billboard Japan.
Now, her 4th single "Step Up LOVE" is already out!! It is the ending theme to TV anime Blood Blockade Battlefront & BEYOND
"Step Up LOVE" features lyrics by DAOKO and Yasuyuki Okamura, and composition, arrangement and production by Yasuyuki Okamura.
What's more, early editions will include DAOKO's new track "TOKYO-KICK-ASS!"
Blood Blockade Battlefront (Shueisha Inc, Jump Comics) is a dynamic battle action manga by Yasuhiro Nightow. An anime adaption began airing in April 2015, which quickly earned popularity.
Blood Blockade Battlefront & BEYOND is the highly anticipated continuation of the series. Set in Hellsalem’s Lot, a city where the real world and the netherworld (Beyond) come together in a melting pot, members of secret society Libra respond to arising incidents in order to maintain the balance between worlds. Just as the first series did, it features animation by Bones.
01. Step Up LOVE
Blood Blockade Battlefront SPECIAL EDITION MUSIC VIDEO
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