- Kenshi Yonezu released an animated music video for ‘The Boy and the Heron.’
- The music video has English subtitles, and fans are cherishing this wonderful creation.
‘The Boy and the Heron’ has been creating history since its release. The anime film recently made a new record by winning the Best Animated Film award against some serious competition.
Now, the film has received a stunning music video, and fans are cherishing this fantastic creation.
Kenshi Yonezu’s official YouTube channel began streaming a music video for Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘The Boy and the Heron’ featuring Yonezu’s “Chikyūgi” theme song.
The video includes an English translation of the lyrics in subtitles. Keiichi Itagaki, who has been producing trailers for Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli since 1984, has created the music video.
Kenshi Yonezu has been known for creating masterpieces like ‘Lemon,’ ‘Blue and Gray,’ and ‘Flamingo’. And the lyrical genius has created another statement with ‘Spinning Globe.’
While Miyazaki makes us experience beautiful emotions through his art and direction, Yonezu does the same with his voice and lyrics. His ‘Spinning Globe’ captured the spirit of ‘The Boy and The Heron,’ and fans were overwhelmed by emotions.
Many of the fans were delighted and returned to the theatres to experience the grandeur of this story and the music. In a world of mediocrity, the collaboration of Yonezu and Miyazaki made us feel the magnificence of good storytelling.
About “The Boy and The Heron”
“The Boy and The Heron” (Kimitachi wa Dō Ikiru ka) is an anime film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The story is inspired by the novel of the same name by Genzaburo Yoshino, first published in 1937 and set in pre-war Japan.
The novel tells the story of Copper, a fifteen-year-old boy who lives in Tokyo, watches thousands of people every day and wonders about anything and everything. After his father’s death, he goes on a journey of philosophical enlightenment and uses his knowledge to determine the best way to live!
Source: Official YouTube Channel