BUMP OF CHICKEN have unveiled the lyric video for their new song "Spica."
"Spica" is one of the title tracks to the band's triple A-side single "Hanashi ga Shitai yo / Sirius / Spica", which was released on November 14. The medium-tempo ballad was created as the ending theme for the TV anime 'Juushinki Pandora.' Its lyric video is a simple one that shows the lyrics with footage from outer space.
BUMP OF CHICKEN have revealed the PV for their new song "Hanashi ga Shitai yo."
"Hanashi ga Shitai yo" is one of the tracks off of the band's triple A-side single to be released on November 14. It was written by Fujiwara Motoo (Vo, G) as the theme song for movie 'Okuotoko' opening in theaters on October 19. The PV features scenes of Fujiwara singing throughout town and scenes of the band performing in front of a Phenakistoscope.
BUMP OF CHICKEN will release a triple A-side single titled "Hanashi ga Shitai yo / Sirius / Spica" on November 14.
The three songs all have tie-ups: "Hanashi ga Shitai yo" is the theme song for the movie 'Okuotoko', which opens in theaters on October 19, "Sirius" was used as the opening theme for TV anime 'Juushinki Pandora,' and "Spica" was its ending theme. The single will be released in both limited and regular editions.
BUMP OF CHICKEN have dropped the PVs for their songs "Sirius" and "Bouen no March."
"Sirius" was released as a digital single on September 24, and it was used as the opening theme for TV anime 'Juushinki Pandora' since April. The PV was shot at a drone racetrack, and it shows the four members performing on a stage of CG projection.
BUMP OF CHICKEN's new song "Bouen no March" will be digitally released on July 23.
This song is currently being used in the CM for the smartphone game 'Yokai Watch World.' After its release, BUMP OF CHICKEN's live work 'BUMP OF CHICKEN TOUR 2017-2018 PATHFINDER SAITAMA SUPER ARENA' will drop on August 8 in DVD and Blu-ray form. This will include footage from the Saitama Super Arena show of their nationwide tour, which was held to commemorate the band's formation anniversary this February 11.
Since it arrived in the US, the Subaru WRX STI has hovered around 300 horsepower. That was world-class in the early 2000s, but the 2018 model's 2.5-liter turbocharged boxer-four 305 horsepower output is no longer something to write home about. This week, The Truth About Cars reported that the hottest Impreza might get another slight bump. A NHTSA document lists the 2019 model at all of 310 horsepower, the same output as the limited-run WRX STI Type RA.
If you thought the $50,000 Type RA wasn't worth the extra cash, at least the standard model will get the 5 horsepower bump now, too. That's more than the 292 horsepower Volkswagen Golf R or the 306 horsepower Honda Civic Type R, but it's way off the 350 horsepower output of the Ford Focus RS. According to the NHTSA filing, there's no power increase mentioned for the non-STI Subaru WRX.
The refreshed Toyota Yaris will cost $385 more than the 2017 model.
Staying as Toyota’s least expensive model, the 2018 Toyota Yaris builds on its European styling with a sportier and more dynamic look for 2018. Both the L and LE models receive a new front end with a new grille and chrome accents, while the SE grade gets a sporty front fascia featuring new piano black mesh pattern grille surrounded with a chrome accent. In the rear, the Yaris features wider, horizontal tail lights that are integrated into the rear door, as well as a new rear bumper with styling that is more in line with the rear door design. There’s also a new lower bumper garnish with side reflectors to give the Yaris the appearance of a wider stance.