Cö shu Nie’s Psycho-Pass 3 Ending Theme ‘bullet’ Remixed by Slushii

15.November.2019 | ANIME&GAME / MUSIC

Cö shu Nie’s newest song bullet is being used as the current ending theme for the season three of the ongoing hit TV anime series Psycho-Pass.

American DJ, singer-songwriter and record producer Slushiiーwho is known for working with a variety of notable artists including Marshmello, as well as receiving big time support from Skrillexーjust dropped a remix of bullet which was posted on Cö shu Nie’s YouTube channel below.

 

The collaboration happened after Cö shu Nie vocalist Miku Nakamura featured on Slushii’s song Calling Out to You. Slushii himself is an anime fan, and Nakamura is the composer for many an anime theme song including the Tokyo Ghoul:re opening theme asphyxia, the The Promised Neverland ending themes Zettai Zetsumei and Lamp, and more.

The bullet remix is also streaming on Spotify, so be sure to give it a listen to hear the song in an all-new light.

Tickets for Cö shu Nie’s 2020 tour “PURE” -who are you?- are now on sale.

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