ReoNa Performs Ending Theme for Happy Sugar Life Anime
posted on 2018-05-20 00:57 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The official website for the television anime adaptation of Tomiyaki Kagisora's Happy Sugar Life manga revealed on Sunday that ReoNa will perform the show's ending theme song "Sweet Hurt." The single for the song will be ReoNa's first single, and it will ship on August 29. ReoNA previously performed several insert songs for the Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online anime under the name "Kanzaki Elsa starring ReoNa."
The anime will premiere on MBS and other networks in July.
The psychological horror manga's story centers on a beautiful high school girl named Satō Matsuzaka, who believes she has finally found the meaning of love when she begins living with a younger girl. Previously, Satō never refused the advances of any guy around her, but that changes when she meets the girl Shio. The background and age of the mysterious girl are unclear. When Satō is with Shio, she experiences a very sweet feeling, which she understands as love. In order to protect that feeling, Satō is willing to do anything, even if it means committing murder.
The series stars:
- Kana Hanazawa as Satō Matsuzaka
- Misaki Kuno as Shio Kōbe
- Yumiri Hanamori as Asahi Kōbe
- Natsuki Hanae as Taiyō Mitsuboshi
- Aya Suzaki as Shōko Hida
- Yuichiro Umehara as Daichi Kitaumekawa
Keizou Kusakawa (KanColle, Fuuka) is serving as chief director, and Nobuyoshi Nagayama (My Girlfriend is Shobitch) is directing the anime at Ezo'la. Touko Machida (Dive!!) is in charge of the series scripts. Shōko Yasuda (Seven Mortal Sins) is designing the characters.
Youko Matsubara is the color key artist, and Kiyotaka Yachi is directing the background art. Yasuyuki Itou is the director of photography. Yuuji Oka is editing. Yayoi Tateishi is directing the sound, and Koichiro Kameyama is composing the music. Nanawoakari is performing the opening theme song.
Kagisora launched the manga in the magazine in 2015. Square Enix published the manga's seventh volume on March 22.
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