Supercell Chooses a Teenager for the Opening of Guilty Crown (Preview)

The musical band supercell announced that the new singer to accompany their music will be a 15-year-old teenager named Koeda from Fukuoka City. There is also a new performer for the ending of the Guilty Crown TV anime series that will be released in the upcoming Fall season.

Fuji TV’s action, magic, sci-fi animeproject entitled Guilty Crown is scheduled to start broadcasting on October 14, 2011. Its opening song is called “My Dearest” and a promo video   can be seen on its official web page. The ending of the TV series will be performed by supercell and Chelly – a 17-year-old female singer. The ending song is entitled “Departures ~Anata ni Okuru Ai no Uta~”

Guilty Crown is a futuristic anime about the life in 2039 when, after an outbreak of an unknown virus. We meet with Shu Ouma, a 17-year-old boy with psychic abilities through which he can extract weapons and other items from his friends. He meets with Inori Yuzuriha and her company – mecha commanders. After this encounter, his world turns upside down. Shu Ouma will be voiced by Yuuki Kaji (Shion from No. 6, Akina Hiizumi from Yozakura Quartet) and Inori Yuzuriha  –  by Ai Kayano (Hibino Shiba from Kamisama Dolls and Muginami from Rinne no Lagrange).

The other big news connected with the supercell group is that Koeda will also sing in supercell’s upcoming (and still unnamed) new album. Others who have sung with the band are the virtual idol Miku and also Nagi.

Source: Anime News Network

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