The PV for DEAN FUJIOKA's new song "Maybe Tomorrow" has been uploaded onto YouTube.
"Maybe Tomorrow" can be found in DEAN's latest album "History In The Making", which was released on January 30. It was written as the theme song for TV Asahi's drama 'Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu.' The PV stars Kurihara Rui and Ayaka Wilson as a young couple in love. As if he's watching over the two, DEAN sings at a church and a steep cliff. The PV was directed by film director Ninomiya Ken who also directed the PV for "History Maker" revealed earlier this month.
The PV for DEAN FUJIOKA's song "History Maker" has been uploaded onto YouTube.
"History Maker" was released digitally in October of 2016 and served as the opening theme for TV anime 'Yuri on ICE' back then. It will be included in DEAN's new album "History In The Making" to drop on January 30. In the PV, which was shot on a subway, DEAN follows a young girl wearing a red coat and is led into a fantasy world. It was directed by Ninomiya Ken, and the dance was choreographed by Bambi Naka.
DEAN FUJIOKA will release a new album titled "History In The Making" in early spring.
This announcement was made on November 3 at his fan club event. DEAN's last album "Cycle" was release about three years ago in March of 2016. He commented, "Musically, I tried many things, failed, and grew. Each song in the album is filled with many feelings. I will continue to grow! I wanted to create a future with everyone, so I gave it this title." More details on the album will be announced later.
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