New PV Alert: Qumali Depart – Nemurenaiyoru wa

The coupling track for Qumali Depart’s latest single “Goku LOVE Jodo” gets a promotional video filled with nostalgic images. In “Nemurenaiyoru wa. (眠れない夜は。)” the girls of the group get down to the playground swing set to revel in the youthful trappings of the place. The sepia processing aids that nostalgic feeling, too. As expected with a coupling track to a disco track, “Nemurenaiyoru wa” tempers the good feelings with a more introspective track. And you know what? Qumali Depart do right by this track! My autumnal seasonally affected mind finds this offering preferable to the A-side … that’s just me. You can find “Nemurenaiyoru wa” on Qumali Depart’s “Goku LOVE Jodo” in stores now.

 

 

 

 

Qumali Depart promoting “Goku LOVE Jodo”

 

ABOUT QUMALI DEPART

QUMALI DEPART (クマリデパート) is an idol group produced by Sakurai Kenta and ekoms. Qumali Depart was formed in 2016 around MissID2016 finalist Pai Risako and semi finalist Yuu Nako. Qumali Depart’s current lineup includes Sao Niko (早桜 ニコ), Yuu Nako (優雨 ナコ), Oda Ayane (小田 アヤネ), and Kaede Fuka (楓 フウカ).
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