I’ve always rated Ariyasu Momoka among the better vocalists in the idol world, and the Momoiro Clover Z idol gets her chance to show off her skills with a solo album and this delicate melodic offering. The promotional video shows us some animation of the titular color pencils and juvenile heartbreak. The animation style doesn’t particularly lend itself to much analysis or even description. The real show stopper for “Iro Enpitsu” should be the manner in which Momoka powers through the song without over singing the emotional melancholy of the arrangement. You can get yourself a copy of Ariyasu Momoka’s debut solo album “Kokoro no Oto” when it arrives in stores on October 11, 2017.
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