New PV Alert: Babyraids JAPAN – Yoake Brand New Days (farewell and beginning)

Well, the time has come for Babyraids JAPAN. The group will have disbanded by the time you read this New PV Alert to give Babyraids JAPAN the active dates 2012.05.06 – 2018.09.24. This last offering from the group is a re-recording of their loved song “Yoake Brand New Days” from their second album “Nippon Chu! Chu! Chu!”. Most of what we see here, if you can keep your eyes dry, is the group in studio recording the vocals for this final release. Here in document, is the final form of Babyraids JAPAN, the girls at their most beautiful, and their skills at their most sharp. Babyraids JAPAN seem to have gone out while still on top, and that’s an admirable thing to say about the group. By the time you reach the end of “Yoake Brand New Days”, you’ll also get a peak at the final performance which concluded barely 24 hours ago at the time of writing. There’s not much to say here. Enjoy the last bit of Babyraids JAPAN, and I hope they brought you pleasure as much as they did to the staff here at New School Kaidan.



Babyraids JAPAN promoting “The BRJ”

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