Girls Band Cry Anime Drops 3rd Music Video with English Subtitles

(Last Updated On: June 29, 2023)

On Monday, the official website of Girls Band Cry, an original anime by Toei Animation, started streaming a brand-new music video with English subtitles. The captivating video showcases the mesmerizing song “white drizzle in gloom,” performed by the fictional band Togenashi Togeari within the anime’s storyline.

Toei Animation has enlisted Kazuo Sakai, known for his directorial work on Love Live! Sunshine!! and Mushi-Uta, to helm the upcoming anime.

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Collaborating with him is character designer Nari Teshima, who will bring the visuals to life. Overseeing the CGI aspects are Mari Kondō and Jae Hoon Jung, both serving as directors.

The anime’s cast members include:

  • Yuri as Momoka Kawaragi
  • Mirei as Subaru Awa
  • Syuri as Rupa
  • RINA as Nina Iseri
  • Natsu as Tomo Ebizuka

Complementing the series with their musical talents is Kenji Tamai, renowned for his compositions in agehasprings, Sing “Yesterday” for Me, and Samurai Flamenco.

Girls Band Cry Anime

The protagonist departs from high school during her second year, aspiring to enter a university while independently laboring in Tokyo. A young lady experiences treachery from her companions, leaving her in a state of uncertainty. Meanwhile, another girl endures parental abandonment and strives to subsist in the urban expanse through part-time occupations. This realm persistently disappoints us, thwarting our every endeavor. However, we yearn for an enduring source of affection. We hold onto the belief that a haven exists where we truly belong. Hence, we express our longing through song.

Toei Animation is widely recognized for its extensive contributions to enduring anime series like the annual Precure magical girl franchise, One Piece, and beloved classics such as Dragon Ball, Sailor Moon, Saint Seiya, and Slam Dunk. Among its recent endeavors are the ongoing enchantment of Soaring Sky! Pretty Cure and the thrilling quest of Tōsōchū: The Great Mission.


Sources | Girls Band Cry anime’s websiteMoCa News

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