Hitsujibungaku’s new song “more than words” confirmed as closing theme of the “Shibuya Incident” segment of the TV anime series “Jujutsu Kaisen”!

Hitsujibungaku’s new song “more than words” has been confirmed as the closing theme of the “Shibuya Incident” segment of the TV anime series “Jujutsu Kaisen”, which started airing Thursday, August 31.

The “Shibuya Incident” segment of the TV anime series “Jujutsu Kaisen” is a story of a massive battle of an unprecedented level between the Jujutsu Sorcerers, the Curse Users, and the Cursed Spirits, set in the Shibuya Station area bustling on Halloween.

The airing starts on Thursday, August 31, from 23:56 JST on 28 MBS/TBS network stations nationwide.

[Comment from Moeka Shiotsuka / Hitsujibungaku]

“Upon taking on the closing theme, I read the comic version of “Jujutsu Kaisen” over and over again.

The making of this song was a tough one, but I was encouraged and given strength many times by the attitudes of characters such as Itadori. I think the song turned out to be something that empowers you to make one last step forward when you’re on the brink of loss. I am thankful for a challenging opportunity like this.”

The release of the full-length version of the new song “more than words” will coincide with the airing of the first episode of “Shibuya Incident”, followed by the release of the CD package on Wednesday, September 27.

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The CD single will feature a remix by No Buses’ frontman Cwondo and an anime version to name a few.

Furthermore, the teaser of the music video of “more than words” has also been revealed today.

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This year has seen Hitsujibungaku’s latest album “our hope” winning the “Blue” prize at the 15th CD Shop Awards, and releasing new songs constantly, namely “Eien no Blue” and “FOOL”.

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