KissBee’s new promotional video “Kimi haji” starts with an alarm bell sharply at 7 AM. A mysterious marimba builds into palm muted guitars, and we see the girls of KissBee in their morning scenes. When things get strated, the ghirls start running through the city each carrying a plastic bag filled with … well, we’ll see about those contents eventually. The music of “Kimi haji” continues its guitars and a busy drum track building until we get to a pop chorus. As you might expect, the five girls meet in a large harger-like space where they toss their bags. For those of us who have been watching the group in last few singles, “Kimi haji” seems to exchange the other worldly whimsy we had previously seen for a more terrestrial sense of mystery. I think KissBee show us something interesting though: the girls are literally carrying their baggage like Mayoi Hachikuji, only to ultimately dispose of things together in that “good-feelings we can do anything because we’re idols” manner. You can find “Kimi haji” on KissBee’s 2nd album “Pop Honeycomb” released in May 2018.
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