Japan’s Masaki Suda shared the music video accompanying his newest single, “Machigaisagashi.”
Directed by Kyotaro Hayashi, the visible artist chargeable for movies by many J-pop artists — together with Kenshi Yonezu, BUMP OF CHICKEN, Mr. Kids and extra — gentle is used successfully to convey the feelings and message discovered within the lyrics of the signature ballad written and produced by hitmaker Yonezu.
The digicam stays targeted on the younger star all through the stripped-down visuals as he sings largely by himself and typically joined by musicians, silhouetted towards beams of sunshine in a darkened house.
The tune’s title refers back to the pastime of on the lookout for completely different particulars hidden in two seemingly an identical footage. “I thought maybe I was born into the picture with the mistakes in it,” sings the 26-year-old. “But I probably wouldn’t have met you if I’d been born into the correct one.”
The “Sayonara Elegy” artist famous that he loved working with the 2 cutting-edge creators and capturing the “simple but beautiful” video. “It’s a lovely, stunning work that expresses the beauty and solitude that we feel as we go about trying to find various things in our daily lives,” he explains. “I think it also really highlights the music.”
After being digitally launched in May, “Machigaisagashi” bowed at No. 1 on the Billboard Japan downloads chart dated May 27, with 114,355 items bought in its first week. The tune continues to guide the metric for the second week, and can possible blast into the streaming chart after being made accessible on numerous platforms.
Masaki Suda is about to launch his second studio album, LOVE, on July 10. The extremely anticipated follow-up to his debut album, PLAY, launched in January 2018 will embrace 11 tracks written in collaboration with a few of the most influential artists in J-pop in the present day, together with a characteristic by Billboard Japan Sizzling 100 chart-topping singer-songwriter Aimyon.