ZAQ has updated the release details for new single VOICE – jacket covers and full track list unveiled. Her 5th single has tie-up as the opening theme for anime Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions II (Chu-2 byo demo KOI ga shitai). Single VOICE comes on two editions hitting stores January 29th 2014 – updated details and PV music video follow.
ZAQ’s debut single Sparkling Daydream (2012.10.24) was featured as the opening theme for the first season of anime Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions. Plus ZAQ wrote, arranged, and performed 4 insert songs for the anime’s first season and she has written both ending theme songs performed by the four main voice actresses under the name of Black Raison d’etre. For movie version of the anime titled Takanashi Rikkia Kai – Chunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai! that premiered September 14th 2013, ZAQ provided the theme songs performed by the voice cast as Black Raison d’etre.
ZAQ’s 4th single, Extra Revolution (エキストラレボリューション) released on October 23rd 2013 (more details) and has tie-up as the opening theme for anime TV series Yu-Sibu. Busy new anisong queen ZAQ’s 3rd single Gekijo Ron released August 21st 2013 (more details) and is featured as the second opening theme for anime High School DxD NEW.
Anime Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions (Chunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai) is adapted from light novels by Torako. The story follows 1st year high school student Yuta Togashi who in middle school was a chunibyo (lost in a self-made delusional world to cope with adolescence) and vows to begin a normal life in high school. He meets new classmate Rikka Takanashi who is still deeply chunibyo and now lives in the apartment above. Yuta is asked to help Rikka break out of her delusions and learns of her difficult past and pain.
The anime’s second season began January 8th 2014 on Tokyo MX and other digital channels in Japan. Outside of Japan season one was licensed by Sentai Filmworks and streamed on The Anime Network and season two is available on provider Crunchyroll. Check our Crunchyroll updates page or hit the link Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions II for episodes and related stories.
The anime’s ending theme Van!shment Th!s World, like the first season, is preformed by Black Raison d’etre (voice cast including Uesaka Sumire).
Single VOICE comes on two editions,
– Limited with DVD containing music video for title track.
– Regular CD-only with anime themed illustrated jacket cover.
Preview music video for VOICE and 30-second TV CM spot for Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions season 2 both after the release details.