New PV Alert: Yurumerumo! – WOW WOW WAR ~SUKA CHANPON SEISHOU SENSEN~

The second of three consecutive months of releases brings us Yurumerumo! (You’ll Melt More!) and their ska tinged “WOW WOW WAR ~SUKA CHANPON SEISHOU SENSEN~”. The girls throw a dart at a globe to decide where to invade, and they bring their WOW WOW WAR to … well, I don’t really know where. The girls take their flags and machine guns to a (what looks like) a music recital and proceed to use their ways to recreuit for the the Yurumerumo! movement. The ska beats are a definite favorite among listeners, and we get more pop Yurumerumo! and less strange Yurumerumo!. That’ll please people. “WOW WOW WAR ~SUKA CHANPON SEISHOU SENSEN~” is now on sale at the digital retailers listed below.

 

 

 

 

Yurumerumo! promoting “NEVER GIVE UP DRUNK MONKEYS EP”

 

About YURUMERUMO!

Yurumerumo! or “You’ll Melt More!” is a New Wave Girls Group formed on October 4, 2012. Their catchphrase is “We came to loosen everyone’s heart! We, You’ll Melt More, more!” The group’s name is a play on words between the name of the idol unit and the verb “yurumeru” meaning “loosen” in Japanese. The group’s current lineup includes Kechon (けちょん), Chiffon (しふぉん), Younapi (ようなぴ), and Ano (あの).
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About Number244

Contributor to New School Kaidan, idol fan TheNumber244 gets tickled mainly by Hello! Project. A former musician and full-time nerd, he calls Los Angeles his home. TheNumber244 is waiting for the day someone calls him "senpai".