The previously announced Girls Band Cry anime project revealed a key visual, as well as two music videos. They are titled “Nameless Name” and “No Rhyme No Reason.”
Kazuo Sakai is directing the original anime project, with Kenji Tamai on the music, and Nari on the character designs. The cast includes Rina as Nina Iseri, Yuri as Momoka Kawaragi, Mirei as Subaru Awa, Natsu as Tomo Ebizuka, and Syuri as Rupa.
The official YouTube channel for Girls Band Cry describes the plot as:
The main character drops out of high school in her second year, and aims at entering a university while working alone in Tokyo.
A girl is betrayed by her friends and doesn’t know what to do.
Another girl is abandoned by her parents, and tries to survive in the city by doing part-time jobs.
This world lets us down all the time.
Nothing goes as planned.
But we want something that we can continue to like.
We believe there’s a place where we belong. That’s why we sing.
Girls Band Cry was first announced on April 24 this year. Toei Animation animating the anime project. The studio is most popular for its animation work on anime titles such as Dragon Ball (1986), The Kindaichi Case Files (1997), Fist of the North Star (1984), Sailor Moon (1992), Mononoke (2007), Slam Dunk (1993), and One Piece (1999).
In more recent years, Toei has worked on titles such as Healin’ Good Pretty Cure (2020), Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure (2021), and Delicious Party Pretty Cure (2022) from the PreCure franchise; as well as Future’s Folktales (2020), Fushigi Dagashiya Zenitendo (2020), and the ongoing Tosochu: The Great Mission series. Just recently, Toei Animation announced that it is working on an anime adaptation of the webtoon Gosu, alongside Studio N, the animation studio subsidiary of Naver Entertainment.
Source: Official Website
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