FAKY, the trending J-Pop girl group, has been making quite a name for itself. Their seductive, yet soulful songs have a demand of their own. With their latest single, FAKY is now ready to conquer the hearts of all drama fans as well.
A Devil and Her Love Song, the shojo manga about a sharp-tongued high schooler, is receiving a brand-new drama adaptation.
This unique drama with a strong female lead will need an equally unique theme song that will be provided by FAKY.
Take My Hand, the latest single of FAKY, the 5-membered J-Pop group, will serve as the theme song of the upcoming A Devil and Her Love Song drama.
The series is Hulu Japan’s new live-action drama series and is set for a release on 19th June.
The music video for the song has just been released:
Tetsuya Ono, the producer of the drama has explained the reason behind choosing FAKY as the theme song artist:
“That was because this drama’s theme completely matches FAKY, who sings with ‘the passion that is never afraid of standing by oneself.’
We had a chance to listen to ‘Take my hand’ at the first meeting and everyone from the director to the staff in that room felt like, ‘This is it!’ and agreed to use this song. “
\ ✨ New song release ✨ /
Hulu’s original #A Devil and Her Love song theme song “Take my hand” has finally been released! The drama will be exclusively distributed from 6/19 (Sat) 💓 #Takemyhand #Evil love
▼ Music https://t.co/OkFwcYfQcC
▼ Drama HP https://t.co/hvCUpKEcD2
▼ MVTwitter Translation, English Translate
The song’s lyrics are by FAKY’s leader, Lil’ Fang. This is not her first time composing a song since their group’s track, HappyEverAfter, was also written by her.
Take My Hand is a cheerful song that gives us the courage to take a step for ourselves. This theme incredibly suits the drama which has a no-nonsense female lead.
FAKY has seen a steady rise in popularity ever since its debut and plans to give us more hit songs in the future as well.
About A Devil and Her Love Song
A Devil and Her Love Song is a manga series by Miyoshi Tomori. It was serialized in Margaret magazine from July 2007 to May 2011. It is also receiving a drama adaptation in June 2021.
Maria Kawai is a new transfer student who has a sharp tongue and strong personality. She quickly becomes an outcast in the new school where everyone thinks that she is intimidating.
She spends her school year while trying to make friends and getting better at communicating.
Source: Official Tweet