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Call of the Night Anime Introduces Insert Song "Loss Time" by Creepy Nuts in Animated Video

Call of the Night anime released a lyrical video of the insert song “Loss Time” by Creepy Nuts after the anime’s second episode aired in Japan. The song is newly written by the band behind the opening and ending performer of the Call of the Night anime and it will be available in the next episode, as well as heard in future episodes.

You can check the 1-minute and 45-second long lyrical video of Creepy Nuts’ “Loss Time” on Noitamina’s official YouTube channel below:

Lyrical Video for Creepy Nuts’ Song “Loss Time” in Call of the Night

Director Tomoyuki Itamura commented on the song and what he wanted to achieve with it:
First of all, it was the floating feeling. I requested a song that would fit Ko wandering around the city and Nazuna flying in the sky. It’s more of the feeling of floating than the feeling of flying. I was hoping for the song to stand by the boy who feels anxious yet is in high spirits about the night’s bottomlessness and the city’s endlessness.

The opening and ending performer Creepy Nuts answered the following:
What part would you recommend to listen to in ‘Loss Time’?“:
You don’t have to be prepared, and I’d like you to enjoy it if scenery occurs to you from the lyrics and track, and I’m glad if you feel that your body gets good feelings of sounds and you let yourself go to them.

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Kotoyama has been running the Call of the Night series in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday. The series released its twelfth volume on July 15, 2022. The manga was named after Creepy Nuts’ song of the same name, “Yofukashi no Uta” in Japanese. The band is performing both the opening and ending songs titled “Daten” and “Yofukashi no Uta” respectively. LIDENFILMS is animating the adaptation of the manga under Tomoyuki Itamura’s direction.

Source: Official YouTube, Official Website
© 2022 Kotoyama, Shogakukan / “Call of the Night” Production Committee

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