On Tuesday, during a grand project unveiling event in Tokyo, BanG Dream! It’s MyGo!!!!!, a highly anticipated anime series within the BanG Dream! project, made a significant announcement. The anime is set to premiere on June 29 at 10:00 p.m. JST, with an exciting debut of three episodes on Tokyo MX and streaming service ABEMA. Subsequently, the anime will be broadcasted on various other networks and services.
Notably, ABEMA will grant viewers the privilege of accessing episodes half an hour earlier, commencing from the fourth episode. To further heighten the anticipation, the staff unveiled the visually stunning main visual along with the captivating ending theme song titled “Shiori” (Bookmark) by MyGo!!!!!. Additionally, fans can now indulge in the excitement as the franchise’s official YouTube channel has commenced streaming a commercial that offers a tantalizing glimpse of the opening theme song, “Hitoshizuku” by MyGo!!!!!.
The band is set to release their new single, which includes both the opening and ending theme songs, on August 9th.
The upcoming anime will feature the talented members of the MyGo!!!!! band:
- Tomori Takamatsu, portrayed by Hina Yomiya.
- Anon Chihaya, played by Rin Tateishi.
- Rāna Kaname, brought to life by Hina Aoki.
- Soyo Nagasaki, embodied by Mika Kohinata.
- Taki Shina, portrayed by Koko Hayashi.
Koudai Kakimoto, known for his work on Cyborg 009 Call of Justice and Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko, is set to make a comeback to the franchise as the director of the upcoming anime produced by SANZIGEN. Joining the team is Yuniko Ayana, who will supervise and write the series scripts.
The band’s highly anticipated fifth live concert will take place at the KT Zepp Yokohama venue on August 12, followed by another electrifying performance at the Tokyo Garden Theater on November 4.
The channel also premiered a music video featuring the opening theme song:
Bushiroad launched the BanG Dream! project in January 2015. The main anime series premiered in 2017 and 2019, with streaming available on Anime Network Online and Crunchyroll. The third season aired in 2020, followed by the Poppin’ Dream! film in 2022. Additionally, there are spinoff series and films like FILM LIVE and Episode of Roselia.