Fairies march on to the July 17 release date for their 17th single “Metropolis” with the promotional video to the coupling track “Change My Life”. The stylishly shot video features a dance shot in a poured concrete parking level lit with tube lights set on the large columns. A few tricky camera shots give the illusion of a single take video, which doesn’t really detract from the feats of “Change My Life”. Fairies look very comfortable in their dance shots, which is not surprising for those of us who have followed the group for a while. The musical composition keeps in step with the Eurodance oriented “Metroplis” on the other side of the platter of this song. Tightly shot, “Change My Life” looks better than the A-side videos for most idol groups. Of course, I could always watch more Fairies dance shots (and you’ll often catch me watching Fairies late night on Twitter). You can find “Change My Life” on Fairies’s 17th single, “Metropolis” set for release on July 17, 2019.
Fairies (フェアリーズ) is a Japanese pop idol group on the agency Vision Factory (now Rising Production) and on the label SONIC GROOVE under avex. Members were chosen from 100 candidates who were attending dance schools affiliated with Vision Factory, coming from 13 regions of Japan.They formed in 2011 with hopes of becoming big like Amuro Namie and SPEED who share the same agency as the group. Later that year, they made their musical debut with the single “More Kiss / Song for You”. Fairies’s current lineup includes members Inoue Rikako (井上理香子), Nomoto Sora (野元空), Ito Momoka (伊藤萌々香), Hayashida Mahiro (林田真尋), and Shimomura Miki (下村実生).
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