IDOLiSH 7 Group Trigger's New Anime Music Video Streamed
posted on by Amanda Whalen
The full music video for the song "Daybreak Interlude" from the IDOLiSH 7 group Trigger launched on Sunday. BONES animated the video, and Tetsuya Komuro composed the music. Komuro has previously written theme songs for titles such as City Hunter and Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier.
Vocalist and voice actress Aira Yuki wrote the lyrics. Yuki will be singing the ending theme for the upcoming Imōto Sae Ireba Ii. anime. Tomohiro Nakatsuchi, who previously composed and arranged the theme songs for Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, arranged the track.
The members of the Trigger idol group are Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ten Kujō (Sōma Saitō), and Ryūnosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Satou). Their first album, "REGALITY," will be released on September 20. Its release is part of the franchise's second anniversary and will be celebrated with a special feature on the back cover of the November issues of B'S LOG and JUNON magazines.
The IDOLiSH 7 franchise includes the "dramatic rhythm action" iOS and Android game produced by Bandai Namco Online, CDs, multiple manga adaptations, and upcoming anime projects. The game will introduce the "MECHANICAL LULLABY" story line starring IDOLiSH 7 member Riku Nanase (Kensho Ono) and Trigger member Ten Kujō (Sōma Saitō) this fall. More information will be revealed at the IDOLiSH 7 booth at the Animate Girls Festival 2017 event in November. A new idol group, ŹOOĻ, was introduced in the game's third installment, which launched on April 27.
The animation studio BONES previously animated the IDOLiSH 7 franchise's "MEMORiES MELODiES" song, and anime studio NAZ produced the "Leopard Eyes" music video for Trigger in 2015. Most recently, Production I.G animated the song "No Doubt," performed by the characters Momo and Yuki from the idol unit Re:vale in May.