Tower of God: New PV teases opening theme song ‘Shinno Flower’ by Stray Kids
Tower of God fans, rejoice! With less than a week to go for the world premiere of Tower of God anime, the show makers have released a brand new promo video featuring the Japanese theme song ‘Shinno Flower’.
The new Japanese promo is currently streaming on Realto Entertainment’s official YouTube channel. The music will easily get you pumped, fitting with the visuals that tease the various characters and some spectacular action sequences.
The theme song has been performed by the well-known K-pop boy band ‘Stray Kids’. They are also expected to release a Korean version of the song, given that the Tower of God webtoon enjoys a huge loyal fan-base in Korea.
Coincidentally, K-pop band Stray Kids has also teased their new music video that will release on March 25 at 6 pm. The teaser has gone viral on social media since then.
Earlier Crunchyroll had shared a couple of extended trailers for their upcoming magnum opus, co-produced with WEBTOON, giving details of cast and crew for the Japanese edition of the anime. Telecom Animation Movie is producing the show.
To keep up with the enthusiasm among fans, the official Twitter for Tower of God anime has been actively releasing visuals, and fun content from the show, to mark the run-up to its premiere on April 1, 2020.
Tower of God is a Korean fantasy manhwa (comic) that follows the story of a young man named Bam, who has to go through several adventures to reach the top of a mysterious tower in order to find his precious friend Rachel.
The hype surrounding the Tower of God anime release is totally justifiable given the popularity of the original web-comic its based on. First published on WEBTOON, this comic by Korean WEBTOON author ‘Slave. In. Utero’ (SIU) enjoys a whooping 4.5 billion readers across the world.
(Image credit: Tower of God on Twitter)
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