This is not a drill! TSUKIPRO’s beloved SQ and ALIVE units – SolidS, Quell, SOARA and Growth – return in July for TSUKIPRO the animation 2.
TSUKIPRO the animation 2, sequel to 2017’s TSUKIPRO the animation (also known as ProAni), is set to premiere in July 2021!
The key visual for the 2nd season is out. It features SolidS, Quell, SOARA and Growth‘s leaders.
The series is going to count with 4 theme songs, each performed by each group.
Those are the following (extended details on those will be in articles specific regarding each single release):
Release date for all singles: 09/07/2021.
In case you’re wondering if it is the right time to start supporting this project and are curious about the units that are part of it, here is a brief introduction to each unit.
Each of these units has their own distinctive charms – be it the music, the lyrics or their looks.
Make sure to check them out!
Consists of Takuya Eguchi (leader), Soma Saito, Natsuki Hanae and Yuichiro Umehara. Known for their innuendos and risqué lyrics, SolidS are the passionate, fiery unit within TSUKIPRO.
Their music goes from pure rock to electronica and jazz in a blink of an eye yet, they seem to nail any kind of music genre thrown at them.
Consists of Toshiyuki Toyonaga (leader), Yuki Ono, Makoto Furukawa, Taishi Murata and Chiharu Sawashiro.
SOARA are known for their youthful pop-rock, whole band sound.
Although, initially, the band only featured – or primarily featured – the vocals of Toyonaga and Ono, slowly, the whole band got to a place where everyone has equal spotlight. Exciting rock tunes and sweet ballads are their forte.
Consists of Shunichi Toki (leader), Yoshitaka Yamaya, Daiki Yamashita and Junta Terashima.
Growth are the power vocal unit in this franchise. Known for their fantastical soundscapes and lyrical performances, this talented quartet will surely make your jaw drop with their high notes and 100% synced performances.
Tsukino-Pro‘s experimental group consists of Shunsuke Takeuchi (leader), Koutaro Nishiyama, Shugo Nakamura and Sho Nogami.
Experimentalism plays a big role in the QUELL‘s sound as it is the focus on a “clear as water” sound.
Their performances are always unique and interesting and their vocals are always a treat to listen to – with a good balance between low and high note hitters.