A ninth single from singer/songwriter Aimyon evokes the blue sky in a promotional video that ironically dabbles in monochromatics. From the bottom of a drained swimming pool and from under the from the top of a locomotive, Aimyon and her trusted guitar bring you her melody free of studio tricks for a refreshing sound. “Sorano aosa wo shiru hitoyo” feels like a piece about movement, and as the promotional video closes with shots of the singer singing under the blue skies, the movement that Aimyon needs is on her shoulders. “Sorano aosa wo shiru hitoyo” is available in stores on October 2, 2019.
Aimyon (あいみょん, born March 6, 1995) is a Japanese singer and songwriter. Aimyon was born on March 6, 1995 in the city of Nishinomiya in Hyōgo Prefecture. She decided to become a singer because of her grandmother who wanted to become a singer, and her father who worked in acoustics. During her middle school years, she began writing songs and doing covers with the acoustic guitar her English teacher left her. When she was in high school, her friend sent her application to an audition without her knowledge, and she qualified for the final rounds. After graduating from high school, a YouTube video of one of her performances caught the attention of her first music label, Lastrum Music Entertainment. Aimyon wrote the lyrics for the song “Time Goes By” from the third single of the boy group Johnny’s West, released on February 4, 2015. On March 4th, 2015, she made her indie debut with the single “Anata Kaibou Junaika (Shine)”. Aimyon made her major debut with her March 30, 2016 single “Ikiteitanda yo na”.
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