FLOW’s New Music Video Is Like Action Movie



FLOW released the music video for their new single “Ai Ai Ai ni Utarete Bye Bye Bye” on their official YouTube channel.

The music video begins with a scene where the heroin slaps one of the members on the face. While the members play their instruments, the heroin in uniform pitches deadly fastballs at them, one after the other. It is a comical video that reflects FLOW’s sense of humor.

No matter how many times the members are struck, they keep getting up to continue playing. It is like an action movie that keeps you on the edge of the seat eager to see what happens at the end.

It has been revealed that the making video for this music video would be broadcasted within a program on Niconico Live on February 26. If you want a glimpse of the behind-the-scene footage, don’t miss out. The tracklist and cover artwork for the new album “26 a Go Go!!!”, which will be released on March 26, has been revealed. The tracklist comprises 14 songs. The DVD that comes with the limited first press edition will feature music videos fo “Tokonatsu Endless” and “Ai Ai Ai ni Utarete Bye Bye Bye” in addition to a video named “New Album ’26 a Go Go!!!’ Kansei Kinen Zenkyoku Shoukai to Iu Na no Iroukai”.

Heisei 26 (2014) would be the “Year of FLOW” (FLOW = 26). FLOW continues to gain momentum as they celebrate this monumental year with an emphasis on the number “26”. Check out the album artwork as reference.

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