Urusei Yatsura ‘Lum’s Love Song’ Remix 3rd British Electro Pop Kero Kero Bonito Participates

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The third new remix project of the opening song “Lum’s Love Song” of the anime “Urusei Yatsura” was digitally released on the 26th. Kero Kero Bonito, an electro-pop unit based in the UK, participated.

Kero Kero Bonito is a trio of Sarah, Gus, and Jamie who are active mainly in London. Sarah has roots in Japan and the United Kingdom, and she grew up in Japan until she was in middle school. With the lyrics of “TANOSHI Sound,” a mixture of Japanese and English, he appeared at the “Summer Sonic” music festival held in Tokyo in 2017.

In addition, Fumitaka Anzai, who is known for composing the theme songs of “Urusei Yatsura” and “Dr. Slump His Arale-chan” and movie music, and Simonger Mobile, a funk unit that plays by making full use of game consoles, are also new works. Participated.

“Lum’s Love Song” was announced in 1981. The project started with the digital release of “Lum’s Love Song (Reboot),” which was self-covered by the song composer, Izumi Kobayashi, and the track maker Limited Toss that he met in London last November. In December of last year, the first release by Kenmochi Hidefumi (Wednesday Campanella), 3asic, and Limited Toss was released. The second edition by tofubeats, T.won, and SKYTOPIA was announced on the 12th of this month.

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