‘Haikyuu!!’ Season 2- 2nd quarter opening theme will be Burnnout Syndromes’ single ‘FLY HIGH’
2015.12.08 <PASH! PLUS+>
Plus preview shots of their latest Episode #11 Above
As the second quarter of Haikyuu!!‘s second season gets under way with its January 9th episode, Burnout Syndromes‘ song Fly High!! will be the opening theme song during the Spring National Tournament.
Fly High!! helps stir up the action at the Spring Tourney, and is a lively song that is also the major debut song for Burnout Syndromes. Here is an introduction along with comments from Burnout Syndromes.
■ Comments from Burnout Syndromes
It feels like our childhood dreams have come true. To be able to sing the theme song for an anime is amazing and the fact it is for Haikyuu!! is a real honor for us as readers and fans. We would be very happy if you think our song is perfect for Haikyuu!!.
On December 12, 2015, the last episode of the first quarter, #11 called Above, will be telecast on MBS. Here are some preview scenes shots from the upcoming episode.
Episode 11 has it all. The last day of the Tokyo camp and Karasuno’s big final practice game with the top team. What will be the outcome of their game with Fukurodani and how will the rowdy BBQ be depicted after the game. We are looking forward to it!
Haikyuu!! Second Season
● Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) every Saturday late night at 2:58 ~
- Central Japan Broadcasting Company (CBC) Every Saturday late night at 3:23~
- TOKYO MX (MX) Every Sunday at midnight 0:00~
- BS11 Every Sunday late night 0:30~, Every Monday evening18:30~
- RKB Mainichi Broadcasting (RKB) every Sunday late night 2:30 ~
- Hokkaido Broadcasting (HBC) every Monday late night 2:10~
- Tohoku Broadcasting (TBC) every Tuesday late night 1:48~
- Terebi yu Fukushima (TUF) every Saturday evening 17:00~
- Iwate Broadcasting (IBC) every Thursday late night 0: 41~
* starting broadcast from December 10
Webpage: http://www.j-Haikyuu.com/anime/ Twitter: ＠animeHaikyuu_com
Author = Haruichi Furudate (Shueisha “Weekly Shonen Jump” series)
Director= Susumu Mitsunaka
Series composition= Masashi Kishimoto
Character design = Takahiro Kishida
Chief animation director = Takahiro Chiba, Yuuko Yahiro
Action animation director = Hiroshi Kaizaki, Hideki Takahashi
Production design = Ichirou Tachita
Prop design = Yuu Kobayashi
Color Design = Mayumi Sato
Director of photography = Yumiko Nakata
3DCGI = Dandelion
Editing = Junichi Uematsu
Sound Director = Hiromi Kikuta
Music = Yuuki Hayashi, Asami Tachibana
Animation Production = Production I.G
Shouyou Hinata = Ayumu Murase
Tobio Kageyama = Kaito Ishikawa
Daichi Sawamura = Satoshi Hino
Koushi Sugawara = Miyu Irono
Ryunosuke Tanaka = Yuu Hayashi
Asahi Azumane = Yoshimasa Hosoya
Yuu Nishinoya = Nobuhiko Okamoto
Kei Tsukishima = Kouki Uchiyama
Tadashi Yamaguchi = Soma Saito
Chikara Ennoshita = Toshiki Masuda
Kioko Shimizu = Kaori Nazuka
Hitoka Yachi = Sumire Morohoshi
Ittetsu Takeda = Hiroshi Kamiya
Keishin Ukai = Kazunari Tanaka
Tetsurou Kurou = Yuuichi Nakamura
Kenma Kuzume = Yuki Kaji
Morisuke Yaku = Shinnosuke Tachibana
Lev Haiba = Mark Ishii
Koutarou Bokuto = Ryouhei Kimura
Keiji Akaashi = Ryota Osaka
Touru Oikawa = Daisuke Namikawa
Hajime Iwaizumi = Hiroyuki Yoshino
Wakatoshi Ushijima = RyoutaTakeuchi
■About BURNOUT SYNDROMES
The rock band members are comprised of Kazuumi Kumagai (Gt & Vo), Tomii Ishikawa (Ba & Cho), and Takuya Hirose (Dr & Cho). They represent the youth culture (their average age is 23 years) and hail from Osaka. In 2010 they appeared and won the Grand Prix of the Teen Festival Flash Riot.
So far the band has released two Japanese music albums Sekai Utsukushii and Bungaku Shoujou.
The band’s music brings out the beauty and culture of the Japanese language through its lyrics and songs. The musical arrangement captures an accurate picture of the world.
Their Last Indies Tour will be in February 2016.
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