'Flip a Coin -ONE OK ROCK Documentary' film releases worldwide exclusively on Netflix on October 21

Written by: Jei Beltrano

Published on: September 22, 2021 at 9:17 PHT (GMT+8)

Netflix has announced on Wednesday that a documentary film of the Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK will be released worldwide exclusively on its platform on October 21, 2021. The documentary titled 'Flip a Coin -ONE OK ROCK Documentary' covers the band's 3-month preparation for their historical project 'Field of Wonder' - ONE OK ROCK’s first no-audience online live stream.

Netflix Title: https://www.netflix.com/ph/title/81450779


Netflix described the film as:

Unable to tour in 2020, the members of ONE OK ROCK work for months to put on an online concert that matches the energy of their in-person shows.

ONE OK ROCK's Field of Wonder online concert was attended simultaneously via livestream by over 110,000 fans worldwide held on October 11, 2020 at ZOZO Marine Stadium in Chiba, Japan.


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ONE OK ROCK released their new song titled "Renegades" worldwide last April 16, 2021. The new song was written as a theme song for the recently-premiered live-action film "Rurouni Kenshin Final Chapter: The Final" which opened in Japanese theaters last April 13.

The official short version of the song was posted by the official YouTube channel of the band on Friday. 'Renegades' is song about and for 'rebels' who raises questions about various problems that are becoming more serious around the world including the existing system.

ONE OK ROCK is highly-accepted and is globally famous for its different styles of music, with songs ranging from alternative rock and emo to post-hardcore and pop rock. It currently consists of Takahiro Moriuchi (vocalist), Toru Yamashita (guitarist, bandleader), Ryota Kohama (bassist), and Tomoya Kanki (drummer). The band was formed in Tokyo, Japan in 2005.


One OK Rock has won Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards for Eastern Breakthrough Male Band in 2016, and Rock Sound Awards for Best International Band in 2017. The band was also nominated for two Alternative Press Music Awards – Best International Band in 2016 and Best Breakthrough Band in 2017.

Source: Netflix

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