Nana Mizuki, T.M. Revolution, ELISA to Sing New Valvrave Themes

posted on by Egan Loo
Mizuki & T.M. Revolution to collaborate again after "Preserved Roses"

The official Twitter account and website for the Valvrave the Liberator television anime series confirmed on Sunday that singers Nana Mizuki and T.M. Revolution will perform the opening theme song for the anime's second season. The song's title has not been announced. In addition, singer ELISA will perform the anime's third ending theme, "Realism."

Mizuki and T.M. Revolution had already collaborated on the anime's first opening theme, "Preserved Roses." The CD single "Preserved Roses" ranked #2 in its first week of sales by selling 115,000. Similarly, ELISA performed the anime's second ending theme, "Soba ni Iru yo."

Mizuki said that she is delighted to collaborate with T.M. Revolution again for the second season, and vowed to do her best to create a song as beloved as the first opening theme. T.M. Revolution said that it is great honor to provide the next opening theme after "Preserved Roses." He mused about where this story is heading, and added that he looks forward to it as an anime fan. ELISA also said that it is great honor to contribute another theme, and revealed that "Realism" is imbued with her deep personal feelings.

The second season will premiere in October. Crunchyroll is streaming the series outside of Japan as it airs, and Aniplex has licensed the series for North American release.

Image © Sunrise/WW Committee, MBS

Update: Typo fixed. Thanks, hpulley

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