Keina Suda releases music video for anime series, ‘Tsukimichi: -Moonlit Fantasy-‘ Season 2

Japanese artist Keina Suda released the official music video for his song titled “Utopia” recently, on YouTube.

“Utopia” was specially written as the opening theme song for the second season of the anime series, “Tsukimichi: -Moonlit Fantasy-,” which started broadcasting in Japan since January 2024.

The song’s chorus is something that is bound to captivate audiences as its dystopian lyrics narrate the struggles of moving forward in search of paradise.

Avogado6, a popular creative artist who also designed the jacket artwork for “Utopia” is the man behind the animations of the video.

The groundbreaking video brings the song’s setting to life through a mix of animation and live-action footage, with a cool cast of characters and locations to check out.

About Keina Suda

Keina Suda began his career as a Vocaloid producer on the Japanese video-sharing site Niconico, under the name Balloon.

His hit song “Charles” and his own self-cover of the same song have been played more than 100 million times on YouTube; the song ranked No.1 on karaoke platform JOYSOUND’s overall chart of songs released in 2017, and No.1 for three years running on JOYSOUND’s per-age-group ranking and teen category, capturing the zeitgeist for today’s youth.

Keina Suda
Keina Suda

In October 2017, he began recording songs featuring his own singing voice as Keina Suda.

In February 2021, his first major-label full-length album ‘Billow’ was released, ranking at No.7 on Japan’s Oricon weekly chart.

In 2023, he released his second full-length album, ‘Ghost Pop’, which included songs such as ‘Darling’, whose video by Avogado6 combining animation and live action became a hot topic, and ‘Mellow’, which was used as the theme song for an anime series.

Handling the lyrics, music and arrangements for all of his songs himself, and producing, recording and even releasing his tracks from home,

Keina Suda makes the ultimate bedroom pop music, winning fans among young people the world over.