The cover song which was originally sung by the Japanese rock band Remioromen has been released on YouTube on Thursday.
By: Jei Beltrano on February 24, 2022 at 18:13 PHT (GMT+8)
The official YouTube Little Glee Monster has released on Thursday the music video of their newest cover song "March 9th" (Sangatsu Kokonoka), the song that was originally sung by the Japanese rock band Remioromen.
The music video (MV) features a short heartwarming casual story starring Sakura Endo of Nogizaka46's 4th generation. The MV is a part of the promotion for the upcoming release of Little Glee Monster's newest single "Your Name" set for March 2nd.
About Little Glee Monster
Little Glee Monster is a Japanese girl vocal group currently consisting of Serina Hasegawa, Asahi Kobayashi, Mayu Yoshida, Karen Koga, and Manaka Fukumoto, under Sony Music Entertainment Japan. The group was formed in 2013 with the release of their debut single “Houkago High Five” in 2014.
Their fifth album, Flava, is their most successful album, peaking at number one on both Oricon and Japan's Billboard charts, and certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for sales of 100,000. In 2018, they won an award at the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Japanese Act.
About Sakura Endo (Nogizaka46)
Sakura Endo is a member of Nogizaka46's 4th Generation. Apart from being an idol, she is also a rising actress and a model. She will star as Kanna Sakura in the drama series "Moshimo, Ikemen dake no Koko ga Attara" (What If There Were a High School for Ikemen Only) which will air this 2022 on TV Asahi.
As of May 2020, she is a "non-no" magazine exclusive model.
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