New PV Alert: halca – Houkago no Liberty

The new single from halca, “Houkago no Liberty (放課後のリバティ)”, serves as the ending theme to the TV Anime Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai!. Incredibly upbeat with the cute vocals of the singer, the song definitely should lift spirits. Tik Tok style time stretching gives the choreography some nice pop. On the other side of things, halca sings to the high school students on their after school sojourns. The overall cuteness here definitely warrants a listen, so what are you waiting for? halca’s fourth single “Houkago no Liberty” is on sale now.

 

 

 

 

halca promoting “Houkago no Liberty”

 

ABOUT HALCA

Halca (Japanese: ハルカ Hepburn: Haruka, born July 7) is a Japanese musician affiliated with Music Ray’n and signed to Sacra Music. In 2018 she released her first single “Kimi no Tonari”, the title track of which was used as the closing theme for the anime series Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku. Her music has been featured in Ace Attorney and Kaguya-sama: Love Is War.
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Buy halca’s “Houkago no Liberty

Limited Edition (CD + DVD)

Limited Edition (CD + DVD)
Amazon.jp | CDJapan | YesAsia

Limited Edition Anime Version (CD + DVD)

Limited Edition Anime Version (CD + DVD)
Amazon.jp | CDJapan | YesAsia

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Single, maxi

Single, maxi
Amazon.jp | CDJapan | YesAsia


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