Anime ‘SPY×FAMILY’ Season 2 Ready to Thrill Fans with Ado and Vaundy Performing Theme Songs
Anticipation Builds for ‘SPY×FAMILY’ Season 2
The much-loved anime “SPY×FAMILY” is back with Season 2, promising to delight fans with fresh adventures and a thrilling storyline. The second season will be broadcast on TV Tokyo and other networks starting from October 7. The anime is an adaptation of the popular manga by Tatsuya Endo, which continues to be serialized on Shueisha’s app “Shonen Jump +”. The manga’s success is evident in the impressive number of copies it has sold – more than 31 million. Fans of the franchise can also look forward to an anime movie, slated for release in December this year.
Theme Songs by Ado and Vaundy
Adding to the excitement, the anime’s creators have announced that Ado and Vaundy will be performing the opening and ending theme songs for the second season, respectively. The opening theme song, titled “Kurakura”, composed and written by meiyo, is a thrilling ride, with Ado’s voice taking center stage. The song is arranged and performed by Yoko Kanno and her band SEATBELTS. This opening theme song was released for streaming on October 5.
The ending theme song, “Todome no Ichigeki feat. Cory Wong”, is performed by Vaundy and features guitarist Cory Wong, who shared the stage with Vaundy at the “FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL ’23”. The song mirrors Vaundy’s attempt to understand and validate the character Yor, who is grappling with her inner conflicts within the “family.” This song will be available for streaming from October 8. Fans can also enjoy promotional videos featuring both songs on YouTube.
Artists Share Their Excitement
When Ado was informed that she would be performing the opening theme song for “SPY×FAMILY” Season 2, she was overjoyed. She encouraged fans to look forward to the song “Kurakura”, hinting at an exciting and imaginative experience. Vaundy, tasked with the ending theme song, admitted to feeling a mix of excitement and nervousness about performing for such a popular series. He shared that he revisited the original “SPY×FAMILY” manga and imagined the animation while creating his song. Vaundy found the story compelling, with its attractive characters and a perfect balance of comedy and seriousness. He hopes that his song will resonate with the audience and heighten their anticipation for the weekly broadcasts.
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