Tuesday, 09/08/2022 16:10 (GMT+7)
The first music video (MV) named “Vuot” of KURROCK, the first Vietnamese rock band in Japan was released on August 7, two years after the band is established.
|The rock band performs their new song (Photo: VNA)
The rock band has five Vietnamese and one Japanese members.
“Vuot”, the first song of the band, is about challenges facing Vietnamese, particularly young ones, in pursuit of success in Japan. Through the song, KURROCK aims to motivate the young Vietnamese living in Japan to try harder to overcome the difficulties.
The MV is produced by two Vietnamese and Japanese teams. Directed by Watanabe Tomonori, it was recorded in Japan in a green-screen background as Japan applied COVID-19 restriction measures and the post-production of the MV was done in Vietnam.
The MV is set on the roof of Mode Gakuen Spiral Towers, recreating an aerial view of Shinjuku, a buzzing district of Tokyo, at dawn to signal a new day will come again.
According to Manh Khoi, leader of KURROCK, the rock band plans to release their album this year, featuring bilingual songs, aiming to use music to connect Vietnam and Japan and their fans./.