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ONEPIXCEL – Final Call (4th Single)
May 22, 2019
In December 2018, the show at Shibuya WWWX, which became the first one-man show after major debut, is sold out, the first Tomei-Osaka tour from March, and the Mexican show will be decided in April due to popularity from overseas The 4th single of girls group ONEPIXCEL riding on the momentum etc. more and more. A number that demonstrates the power of the girls who attracted the strength as a woman in the previous work “Girls Don`t Cry”. The lively live music is finished as a compelling song. (C) RS
2018年12月、メジャーデビュー後初のワンマン公演となった渋谷WWWXでの公演はソールドアウト、3月からは初の東名阪ツアー、そして海外からの人気に伴い4月にはメキシコ公演が決定するなど益々勢いに乗るガールズグループONEPIXCELの4thシングル。前作「Girls Don`t Cry」で女性としての強さを魅せた彼女たちがよりパワーアップした実力を発揮するナンバー。ライブでの盛り上がりも必至となる楽曲に仕上がっている。 (C)RS[note: translation via Google Translate]
1. Final Call
2. Slow Motion
3. Girls Don’t Cry (in the blue shirt Remix)
4. TURN ME ON ([.que] Remix)
5. Final Call (Instrumental)
6. Slow Motion (Instrumental)
ONEPIXCEL (also stylized OnePixcel) (ワンピクセル) is a Japanese pop vocal and dance unit under the Toho Entertainment agency and Nippon Columbia label. The group rose to fame in early 2018 when their major debut track “Lagrima” was used as the 11th ending theme song for the anime series Dragon Ball Super of the widely successful Dragon Ball franchise. ONEPIXCEL currently includes members Kanuma Ami (鹿沼亜美), Den Ayaka (傳彩夏), and former Hello! Project Kenshuusei member Tanabe Nanami (田辺奈菜美).
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