Tokyo Girls’ Style spend a fun time out in the MV for their track titled Kiss Hitotsu de.
Out now, the track is part of their 25th single titled Kiss wa Agenai.
Tokyo Girls’ Style released their 25th single Kiss wa Agenai back in May, and it seems like they’re not done yet. In a fun turn of events, the group showed off a fun MV for the coupling track.
In it we get to see the group as they make their way through the streets of a city with signs that have lyrics for the song on them. It’s a fun and colorful way of encouraging fans to sing along to the song, with some pretty impressive scenes where the camera rolls from one scene to the other with no stopping.
As for the song … it’s interesting to say the least. The vocals are pretty fun and the instrumental has a pretty funky sound to it. But, the bridge of the song was just something else. Imagine someone falling into every single instrument for 30 seconds and you’ll have a good idea of what to expect. It’s a bit all over the place and has no rhyme or reason, which is a bit weird since the rest of the song is pretty amazing.
Despite that, this MV is well worth a look. It’s fun and creative and shows off some pretty creative ways of having the lyrics on screen. Make sure to enjoy it below and grab that single if you haven’t already!
Kiss Hitotsu de
Tokyo Girls’ Style