to Release on November 1
New Jacket Illustration Also Unveiled!
The original soundtrack for the TV anime Migi to Dali, which will begin airing on October 2, will be released on November 1.
Migi to Dali Main PV
Migi to Dali is a tale of mischievous children by Nami Sano, who is known for the 2016 anime adaptation of Sakamoto Desu ga? This surreal comedy-suspense mystery revolves around two twin brothers, Migi and Dali, who live as a single boy and are working together to uncover the truth behind their mother’s death.
The music for this anime was created by Hiroko Sebu, who has produced music for numerous works including I Want To Eat Your Pancreas. In the original soundtrack, Hiroko Sebu masterfully captures the delicate balance between comedy and suspense, immersing viewers into the story with tension and realism through a total of 35 tracks. The soundtrack also includes the TV-size versions of opening theme song (“Yuumagadoki” by Soraru and Rib) and the ending theme song. You can hear some of the tracks in the main PV on YouTube, so please check it out.
The jacket illustration, released in conjunction with this announcement, was drawn by Ayumi Nishihata, who serves as the character designer and chief animation director for the anime. It features the twins Migi and Dali, dressed in tuxedos and conducting, making it a perfect fit for the original soundtrack.
With the TV anime series about to begin airing in October, we hope you will consider getting this item to fully enjoy the unique setting of the anime.
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