Kiryu released their single Muku on July 1 and in turn, have revealed the music video for the title track! The band is surrounded by vibrantly red flowers as they perform Muku while dressed chest to toe in white, representing the “purity” that Muku stands for.
The projected visuals in the music video provide an overwhelming show, tainting the members’ white canvases with black and red. You will find cherry blossoms floating away from the trees, a dragon flying across the screen, rain falling into a valley with the moon high up in the sky, red spider lilies begin to bloom, to note a few.
It should also be noted that the third track on the regular edition type C is a re-recording of Tsuitachi Yoi. The song originally featured on a compilation album by SHOXX magazine titled EXPLOSION SHOWCASE back in 2011.
Watch the full music video and its preview below!
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