The Brand-new Idol Society SHiT release more songs for misfits. You know the misfits: always walking in the wrong direction and drawn to the lights that no one else can see. In “Promise the Star”, the group leaves the acting to Tanaka Makoto while the group perform on a helicopter pad atop an impossibly tall skyscraper. Our heroine runs away, and it doesn’t matter who from or to. BiSH perform closer to the star than the earth as searchlights wave frantically as if to signal an arrival. “Promise the Star” is a glossy production, so much so that the members lips glisten reflectively like beacons. The song plays more mainstream than perhaps expected, which makes me believe the group is after big numbers for this second release. From what I see, I think BiSH deserves those numbers: “Promise the Star” puts together a total package that demands attention. “Promise the Star” comes in three editions on March 22, 2017.
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