“A goal that can’t be taken by a photo” rounds out the major debut single release from Bitter & Sweet. Filled with nostalgic images, Tasaki Asahi and Hasegawa Moemi linger in a high school setting hoping to find the ghost of a long lost moment. Basked in the orange sunset, the girls deliver their lines looking out the classroom window or backed by the nets of the school’s field. The titular goal is both real and metaphorical. It links the budding romantic thoughts of the past with the chance encounter still to come. Or, perhaps you’d like to think that this song is just about soccer? Listening to this lyrical arrangement, I can’t help but think about the distance these two have closed: vocals entwined in harmony, the two girls seem truly balanced for this release. You can pick up Bitter & Sweet’s debut release on May 17, 2017.
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