This is a new one for the New PV Alerts. Today we try to penetrate the world of fairies in which elfloat inhabits. The trio of Maaya, Rika, and Mio have been performing since 2014, so it seems right to give them a place here at New School Kaidan. “Missing link” gives elfloat a 60fps performance that far surpasses the conceptual underpinnings of the PV. Elfloat perform in an ornate, European style sitting room with fine wood panels, rich carpeting, and eye catching gold details. The choreography looks well-polished from an untold number of performances. Musically, there’s nothing waifish about “Missing link”: muscular drums play to dramatic keyboard twinkles and an undercurrent of guitars. “Missing link” looks like it would be the real deal in live performances, so it’s great to see the girls have something flashy to show us on YouTube. And since I can’t find any links to “Missing link”, I thought it best to hook you up with links to elfloat’s latest release “fairy tale”.
ELFLOAT (エルフロート, stylized elfloat) is a Japanese female idol group formed on May 24, 2014. Elfloat is affiliated with Blue Forest, a music video production company. The group name is a portmanteau of “elf (fairy)” and “float (ice)” and has a concept of fairies melting like ice. Elfloat’s current lineup includes members Maaya (マアヤ), Rika (リカ), and Mio (ミオ).
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