Kami-sama, I have Noticed, is a Japanese music band with one of the most mysterious concepts you will ever encounter. The four members of the rock band wear unsettling white masks to hide their identity while performing.
Mysterious or not, the band has snatched up quite a large following and is now ready for a multimedia project! I believe the band’s concept can lead to the creation of some genius projects.
Kamisama, I Have Noticed, or Kamiboku for short will be inspiring a short-term manga serialization of the same name.
Not only will the band be inspiring manga but also original novels and music videos. All of these productions will be created in relation to one another.
The projects will focus on six stories of four Gods. Novelist Hiroki Iwaki will create the manga.
Panspermia is the brand-new music video of the band that will be used as the story’s theme song. The catchy tune and the ongoings in the video show hints to the upcoming series.
The video reveals a modern city with two teenage protagonists. Both the boy and the girl are shown running through the streets, trying to escape from something. Four deity-like creatures are also seen who wear similar masks to the Kamiboku band members.
In a planet of billions of people and their billions of emotions, two people who share the same loneliness are fated to meet each other.
The plotline is not perfectly explained at this point, but it seems too important to miss out on! The identities of these four Gods will play a significant role in shaping the manga and Kamiboku’s upcoming songs.
About Kamisama, I Have Noticed
Kamisama, I Have Noticed is a four-membered Japanese rock band that is receiving a multimedia project soon along with a manga adaptation.
The band cane into existence in 2016.
The manga will feature a story of two lonely individuals and four Gods. Each of these Gods wear similar masks to that of the band members.
Source: Kamiboku TwitterOriginally Written By Epic Dope