On September 20, Pokémon introduced the discharge of the fifth installment of their music challenge, Pokémon Music Collective. The music for the fifth installment known as “Ghost Dive,” sung by Polkadot Stingray, a four-person Japanese rock band.
Polkadot Stingray’s vocalist, Shizuku, created the music primarily based on an concept and her love for Ghost-type Pokémon. “Ghost Dive” is a fast-paced, high-tension music utilizing Lavender Town’s music from the unique Pokémon video games as its basis. Followers can watch the brief model of the music video and the total model on Polkadot Stingray’s official YouTube account.
Visible studio maxillia is in control of the manufacturing of the music video’s animation with Eita Watanabe (maxillia) because the director and editor, Mami Sonokawa (maxillia) because the producer and head of the animation results, and Rise Haneda (maxillia) because the manufacturing supervisor. nekozemon dealt with the animation and illustration for this music video whereas it was revealed by Common Music Japan. Followers can obtain the total model of the music on Apple Music. The music is accessible on numerous different music streaming platforms together with Spotify, Line Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, and AWA.
Pokémon Music Collective is a music challenge with the idea of utilizing music from numerous Pokémon video games to create unique, new music and unfold it to the world. They do that by bringing collectively artists from numerous genres to create collaborations such because the singer-producer imase (Sandland) and the Okay-pop idol group ENHYPEN.
Polkadot Stingray is a four-person Japanese rock band from Fukuoka, Japan. It consists of Shizuku (vocalist and guitarist), Harushi Ejima (guitar), Yuki Uemura (bass), and Kazuma Mitsuyasu (drums). They began their actions in 2015 and have sung a few anime songs equivalent to “Aoi” (the ending theme music for Godzilla Singluar Level) and “Radiant” (the ending theme music for Radiant).