BiSH’s New Song ‘Futari Nara’ to be Used as OP Theme For 3D Kanojo: Real Girl Season 2

11.December.2018 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

2018 has been a successful year for BiSH, the idol group and “punk band with no instruments,” who topped Oricon’s Weekly Single Charts at No. 1 for the first time with PAiNT it BLACK back in April, performed at huge festivals across Japan, featured in a SoftBank promotional video and much more.


To kick off their 2019, the six-piece group are set to perform the opening theme for the upcoming second season of TV anime series 3D Kanojo: Real Girl which will premiere on January 8, 2019.

BiSH originally performed the ending theme song HiDE the BLUE for season one. They are now set to return to open the new series.

Aina The End, member of BiSH and the lyricist for the new song commented the following: “BiSH doesn’t really sing a lot of love songs, so it feels fresh to sing something like this. 3D Kanojo: Real Girl always has moments that wring your heart. I hope that Futari Nara satisfies that perspective. ‘Sadness and melancholy will at some point become assets of life.’ That’s something I thought about when writing [the lyrics]. I will be happy if you can see only the world of these two [characters].”


The release date for Futari Nara has yet to be announced but you can hear it first when the anime starts.


  • BiSH Reveals Details On New Album ‘CARROTS and STiCKS’

    25.May.2019 | MUSIC

    Details on BiSH’s forthcoming album CARROTS and STiCKS as well its multiple CD covers were released over on the group’s official website. The album is set to drop on July 3.

    BiSH have been going all out with the promotion of their new album. The album was given a surprise announcement at the Bakuon Film Festival, a huge advertisement was displayed at Shibuya Station, 2,000 flyers featuring the album artwork as well as copies of their mini albums STiCKS and CARROTS were given out, a tour was announced―the list goes on.

    The record’s first disc will feature a total of 14 songs. This includes all the songs from their mini albums STiCKS and CARROTS which are already available to grab via Apple Music.

    The second disc will be a compilation of 7 hit songs including PAiNT it BLACK which was the first single from the group to reach No. 1 on Oricon’s Weekly charts, NON TiE-UP which enjoyed a huge release and response, stereo future which has gone down as selling more copies than any other track in BiSH’s discography, Futari Nara which was used as the main theme for season two of the popular anime series 3D Kanojo: Real Girl, and Small Fish, a song written to commemorate the 35th anniversary of Fist of the North Star.

    DVD and Blu-ray copies will also include the group’s free live performance at Yokohama Red Break Warehouse last December for 7,000 fans, 7 music videos, and all 16 episodes of their online programme BiSH no Kirekkire JAPAN.


    It will also include a 100-page photo book, and limited-edition copies are packaged in a shiny metal box.

    There are four different album covers to enjoy which can be viewed over on BiSH’s official website.


    The lead song for CARROTS and STiCKS will be released as an independent track in June. For the time being, you can enjoy their mini albums STiCKS and CARROTS.


    BiSH will perform their first ever local arena show on September 23 and are to headline Osaka-Jo Hall later this year.

  • BiSH’s New Song ‘stereo future’ to Feature as GOD EATER 3’s Opening Theme

    09.November.2018 | MUSIC

    Six-member idol group BiSH are knee deep on their BRiNG iCiNG SHiT HORSE TOUR and are set to wrap it up with a final performance at Makuhari Messe at the end of the year.


    In the meantime, a music video for the group’s forthcoming single stereo future set to drop on December 5 has been released.

    The music video was shot over the course of two days at the Oya History Museum in Tochigi Prefecture. Though it’s a place where BiSH have filmed several music videos in the past, this time they featured locations they haven’t used before in addition to spots in the surrounding area. It also features BiSH’s most fierce dancing to date choreographed by the group’s own Aina The End. The emotional performance is backed by a band and strings section of 30 in the background

    It has also been announced that the new single will be used as the opening theme GOD EATER 3, an action RPG and newest entry to the GOD EATER series. A special version of the song entitled stereo future (GOD EATER 3 Ver.) to bring out the full world of the game. The track will be included on the single’s limited edition release.


    The single includes the coupling track S・H・i・T, a song about BiSH with lyrics written by the group’s own Ayuni D.

    BiSH never fail to get their passion and emotions across in every new release.