Today’s mouthful of words comes courtesy of Juice=Juice and their 12th single release “”You can live on your own.’ Is this a compliment or what? (‘Hitori de Ikirareso’ tte Sorette Ne, Hometeiruno?, 「ひとりで生きられそう」って それってねえ、褒めているの？)”. The emotional youth roller coaster comes courtesy of Yamazaki Aoi (山崎あおい) who infuses “HitoSore” with her feminine look at independence and its collateral damage. The lyrics are filled with anxiety and doubt lying beneath the self-sufficient exterior. Juice=Juice try on some canary outfits for the dance shot of this latest work, and take advantage of their still fresh talent infusion for some high kicks in their choreography. In their solo shots, the girls lie isolated in often messy domiciles looking clearly distressed over their life choices. I’m not sure there’s a resolution to the mess of contradictions brought out by “HitoSore”, but I sure enjoy listening and untangling the web. The 12th single from Juice=Juice “‘Hitori de Ikirareso’ tte Sorette Ne, Hometeiruno? / 25 Sai Eien Setsu” goes on sale June 5, 2019.
Juice=Juice (pronounced as ジュースジュース) is a Japanese pop group under Hello! Project. They were originally formed on February 3, 2013 by five members from Hello Pro Kenshuusei and a member from the SATOYAMA movement unit GREEN FIELDS. Juice=Juice was nominated for the 2013 TBS Japan Record Award in the category of “Best Newcomer” and won a New Artist Award. JUICE=JUICE’s current lineup includes members Miyazaki Yuka (宮崎由加), Kanazawa Tomoko (金澤朋子), Takagi Sayuki (高木紗友希), Miyamoto Karin (宮本佳林), Uemura Akari (植村あかり), Dambara Ruru (段原瑠々), and Inaba Manaka (formerly from Country Girls) (稲場愛香).
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