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Kami-sama, Boku wa Kizuite Shimatta Dyed Colorfully in Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! ED Song MV


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Kami-sama, Boku wa Kizuite Shimatta Dyed Colorfully in Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! ED Song MV

Four-member Japanese rock band Kami-sama, Boku wa Kizuite Shimatta has posted a three-and-half music video for their latest digital single song “Namae no Nai Ao” (The Nameless Blue) on their official YouTube channel. The rock tune was released digitally on January 10 and is now featured as the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime…

Four-member Japanese rock band Kami-sama, Boku wa Kizuite Shimatta has posted a three-and-half music video for their latest digital single song “Namae no Nai Ao” (The Nameless Blue) on their official YouTube channel. The rock tune was released digitally on January 10 and is now featured as the ED theme for the ongoing TV anime adaptation of Sumito Oowara’s Eizouken niwa Te wo Dasuna! / Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! manga.

This video features the band’s performance in a studio and a drawing painted by a lonely artist. As the artist adds more colors to the canvas, the band members’ clothes and the background are getting dyed in various colors from the black and white. 

“Namae no Nai Ao” MV:

“Keep Your Hands off Eizouken!” ED movie:

— 神様、僕は気づいてしまった (@_kamiboku) January 10, 2020

Digital single jacket:


The Masaaki Yuasa (Lu over the wall, DEVILMAN crybaby)-directed TV anime adaptation premiered in Japan on NHK’s General TV on January 5, 2020, and its first episode “The Greatest World!” is now available to the Crunchyroll Premium members worldwide except Asia.


Source: Kami-sama, Boku wa Kizuite Shimatta official website

© Warner Music Japan Inc.

(c)2020 Sumito Oowara, Shogakukan/”Eizouken” Production Committee 

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