New PV Alert: Minna no Kodomo-chan – Nakunaru watashi

The sprawling 5 minutes of Minna no Kodomo-chan’s latest promotional video takes the listener on a journey that may or may not end up with human remains sealed in Glad trash bags. “My deceased one” … the keyboard sounds and drum machine of the opening strains perfectly convey a feeling of foreboding that sublimates into crushing guitars and booming cymbals. Let’s be clear on this: “Nakunaru watashi” is not a dance track. Honoka and Cinnamon harmonize their vocals with a deathly pallor that has me entranced through and through. Blurry and double vision, watery cadavers, and plastic wrapped bodies keep the deathly themes alive while the insistent pounding of the bass crushes all sense. My inner 15 year-old goth definitely feels “Nakunaru watashi”, and you should definitely let your inner goth loose with this release. Minna no Kodomo-chan definitely earns a further study and “subscribe” to their YouTube channel from me. You can find “Nanakuru watashi” from Minna no Kodomo-chan on their debut album “Kabe no nai sekai” in stores now.



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