Theme song of the movie “Shijinsou no Satsujin(屍人荘の殺人)”, Perfume are back in action with “Saisei (再生)”. New footage of the girls with their trademarked and patented choreography among the greenery gets laced with clips from past promotional videos by the trio. The juxtaposition of past and present really gives the feeling of a return for the group … even though they never really left our eye. You can find “Saisei” at the digital retailers listed below.
Perfume (パフューム Pafyūmu) is a Japanese pop girl group from Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan, consisting of Omoto Ayano (大本 彩乃, “Nocchi”), Kashino Yuka (樫野 有香, “KASHIYUKA”) and Nishiwaki Ayaka ( 西脇 綾香, “a-chan”). In 2000, original members Ayaka , Yuka , and Yuka Kawashima voluntarily formed the group inside young talent academy Actors School Hiroshima (ASH) run by TSS Production, a subsidiary of TSS-TV Co., Ltd., formerly called Shinhiroshima Telecasting. Because the members had the same Japanese kanji character for 香 (ka / kaori fragrance) in their given names, they named the group “Perfume” (香水 (kosui) in Japanese). The group has been signed with Amuse, Inc. since 2003 and with Universal Music Group since 2012. The group was formed in early 2000 inside the young talent academy Actors School Hiroshima and debuted with their first Hiroshima-local single “Omajinai Perori” released on March 21, 2002. A year later they moved to Tokyo, started to work with Capsule’s producer Yasutaka Nakata. In 2012 the group announced that they had signed a global contract with Universal Music Group, and that they expected to expand their horizons and “go global.”
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