Original Anime Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song- Gets First Trailer, Release Date, And More

Upcoming original anime Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song- has received its first trailer and key visual. Staff details and a premiere date of April 3 were also announced. The anime’s tagline roughly translates to, “My mission is to make everyone happy through songs.”

Additionally, it was revealed that the opening song for the anime is titled “Sing My Pleasure” and is sung by lead voice actress Kairi Yagi as her character Vivy.

The staff includes Shinpei Ezaki as director, Yuusuke Kubo (Strike Witches: Road to Berlin Ep 3 and 6 storyboarder) as assistant director, Tappei Nagatsuki (Re: Zero author) and Eiji Tsumehara (Re:Zero episode script writer) as series composers and scriptwriters, loundraw (Tsuki ga Kirei) as original character designer, Yuuichi Takahashi (2.43: Seiin High School Boys Volleyball Team) as character designer, and Toshiaki Miki (Rascal Does Not Dream of a Dreaming Girl co-animation director) as sub character designer. 

Other staff members include Takuma Ebisu (Attack on Titan Season 3 action animation director and prop designer) as mechanical designer, Yuusuke Takeda (GREAT PRETENDER) as art director, Kunio Tsujita (Sarazanmai) as color designer, Keisuke Nozawa (Plunderer) as photography director, and Satoru Kousaki (BEASTARS) as music composer. WIT STUDIO is in charge of the animation production.

The currently announced cast members include Yagi as Vivy and Jun Fukuyama as Matsumoto. 

Vivy –Fluorite Eye’s Song- follows Vivy, the first ever autonomous AI, who performs at a theme park called Nierland. Despite not being very popular, Vivy continues to sing on stage in order to realize her self-imposed mission of bringing happiness to everyone through songs. One day, an AI called Matsumoto arrives from the future and tells Vivy that his mission is to team up with her to stop the human-AI war that will erupt 100 years later. 


Source: Vivy -Fluorite Eye’s Song- Twitter, website

Melvyn began his journey at Anime Trending in early 2018 and currently contributes as news writer and occasional reviewer. In the years since, he has experienced the unexpected advent of multiple legal anime streaming platforms in Southeast Asia, changed his Warhammer 40k army twice, and started collecting Infinity and Battletech miniatures. Outside of gaming and watching anime, Melvyn spends his free time self-learning Japanese and reading manga and light novels in their native language.
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