Tsunku♂ Unveils Commentary for MM.’14 New Single “Toki wo koe Sora wo Koe”
Tsunku♂, the H!P producer has posted the commentary for the new song for MM.’14, “Toki wo koe Sora wo koe” to his blog on April 1.
You can check Tsunku♂’s post here: http://ameblo.jp/tsunku-blog/entry-11810962759.html
Also, you can see how the other song “Password is 0” was born here:
It’s the second single for MM.’14, and 56th in total.
It’ll be released as a double A-side single.
“Toki wo koe Sora wo koe”
Although some people call it a ballad,
I am wondering because I didn’t mean it.
It has firm subdivisions and rhythms.
I wonder why, but it depends on how people take it.
The single is a song of the person who’s been waiting for someone so long.
There is a word destiny.
Sooner or later, people will meet someone of destiny.
It’s a song for people who are looking forward to seeing someone like that.
An unborn child could imagine an appearance of a future lover.
A girl who is single, dreams about a baby one day she has.
Even a boy as well, or a single man expects a future family and children.
Lovers wait for the time to be sure she/he’d be the one.
Workers expect a best business mate.
The members of MM.’14 are looking forward to seeing new members.
They would say things dreamy, like “my future would be like this and that”, or
“I want to live a happy life”.
Almost all of them are not sure what to do tomorrow, to live a happy life in the future.
The subjects turned to He, She, It, but any of those may be correct.
A scale of the song would be bigger if the members sang it, picturing many situations.
Speaking of dancing, I asked the members to value the sense of scale, grooves, and expressions. And I added a sense of classic dance, as they dance barefoot on the MV.
I deeply know it is “What-the-heck-thing” for the professionals of classic dance.
I hope they can forgive me!!
Musically speaking, I gave the electro dance music a classical look.
I gave it a lot of piano and stringed riffs as well.
Even so, as I mentioned in the beginning, it is not a slow-ballad at all, because the song has delicate rhythms.
Thank you for reading!!
written by Yuji Hara
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