New PV Alert: NEO JAPONISM – Carry ON [Live Movie]

The first appearance of new idol group NEW JAPONISM in these New PV Alerts comes via the live movie “Carry ON”. The first thing I notice about this promotional video is that unlike many other live products that tumble way across here, the audio actually sounds like live audio. This “liveness” means a McDonald’s style studio trickery did not create the great vocal performances in “Carry ON”; what you hear is (pretty much) what you’re getting from NEO JAPONISM. Musically, NEO JAPONISM provide more of the metal soundtrack albeit with great melodic vocal performances. The stage lighting is inconsistent and mostly darkly lighting the girls with ambient lighting (as opposed to spotlights). The lighting is actually unsuitable for a music video, which again points to the guileless nature of “Carry ON”. NEO JAPONISM is chock full of talent, and this comes across clearly in this Live Movie. “Carry ON” will be the first single from NEO JAPONISM and will probably produce another promotional video, so stay tuned for that. For now, I’m linking the first NEO JAPONISM album set for release on June 30, 2018.

 
 
 

 

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