Fanfare of Adolescence, the upcoming horse-racing anime from studio Lay-duce, revealed April 2 premiere, a new trailer, and a new visual. The opening song of the show is “Move The Soul“, performed by Japanese boy group JO1, while the ending song will be “OUTSIDERS” by Junki Kono and Tadashi Yonashiro from JO1 and SawanoHiroyuki[nZk].
The anime previously revealed the first trailer and 2022 release date. In addition, a new key visual for Fanfare of Adolescence has been released, made by animator Hiro Kanzaki, who is a character designer on the anime:
The series has also announced that two members of JO1 will also voice characters in the anime series, namely Syoya Kimata as Kosei Minamihara and Shosei Ohira as Masaki Higashi. Makoto Kato is directing the anime, while Tomokatsu Nagasaku serves as the chief animation director. First announced in August 2021, the anime series is produced by Aniplex.
Set in a horse racing academy where three 15-year-old boys train to become jockeys. The three-year program is extremely tough, and applicants must pass not only an academic but also a physical and fitness test. Yu Arimura is a former popular idol who, after watching horse racing for the first time, gets infatuated with it and wants to join the academy.
Shun Kanami grew up on an island and only heard about horse races through radio broadcasts. Amane came from a wealthy English family, and his father was a jockey. He previously studied at several horse racing institutes throughout the world.-via Official Website, ACN Edit
Source: Fanfare of Adolescence Official Website
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