First World Problems? LoVendoЯ Explore the “Ordinary” in the MV for “Futsuu no Watashi Ganbare”!
LoVendoЯ has got the funk out with the MV for “Futsuu no Watashi Ganbare”, one of the tracks from their major label debut single “Iinjanai?/Futsuu no Watashi Ganbare” (release date: July 1)!
Ending with the members of LoVendoЯ watching themselves in the MV for “Iinjanai?” before turning off the TV, “Futsuu no Watashi Ganbare” is a funk rock song that has a vocal hook very similar to one from one of the most famous songs of that genre. Did you catch it? The lyrics (written by Tsunku♂) deal with the minor disappointments of trying to rise above the masses of ordinary people while LoVendoЯ performs in an extraordinarily spacious home (or maybe it’s a furniture showroom?). Reina Tanaka blames her personality on her lack of curves but, anyone who has seen any of her photobooks and DVDs know that’s not true. Perhaps she was also unaware of the #flatisjustice movement sweeping across Japan?
“Iinjanai?/Futsuu no Watashi Ganbare” will be sold in 3 different versions: a limited edition with a DVD and CD-only Type-A and Type-B versions. In addition to the MVs for “Iinjanai?/Futsuu no Watashi Ganbare”, the DVD also includes 3 songs from their March 5, 2015 concert at Shinjuku BLAZE: “Sen’nou” (Marina Okada solo), “Soushisou Ai” (Reina Tanaka solo), and “Honto no Kimochi”.
Type-A includes “Desert of a moonlit night”, an instrumental composed by Yuki Uozumi. Here is a video of the performance in the studio.
Type-B includes “Princess of lone castle”, an instrumental composed by Marin Miyazawa. Here is a video of the performance in the studio.
LoVendoЯ will be starting their LoVendoЯ LIVE TOUR 2015 MAJOЯ! in July and appearing at Tokyo Idol Festival among many, many other events in the near future so keep checking their website for updates!
LoVendoЯ Official site: http://lovendor.jp/
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