Drifting Home Theme Song Video Released on Zutomayo Channel

Image source: ZUTOMAYO YouTube channel

A video for “Blush,” the theme song for the soon-to-be-released Drifting Home anime movie, has been released on the Zutomayo‘s YouTube channel. The video features the full version of the song and an assortment of scenes from the film.

The song itself has also been released via streaming services.

Drifting Home is set to premiere in Japanese theaters and on Netflix on September 16. It will be the first of three films that will be produced by Studio Colorido for the streaming platform.

Netflix describes the adventure show as:

Sixth-graders Kosuke and Natsume grew up in the same apartment building as childhood friends. During summer break, while playing in the apartment building that is set to be demolished, they find themselves caught in a strange phenomenon. All they can see around them is a vast sea. Will Kosuke and the others make it back to their world? A journey of farewells in summer has just begun.

The film is directed by Penguin Highway‘s Hiroyasu Ishida, who is also in charge of the screenplay with Hayashi Mori (Cells at Work! Code Black series composer) and Minaka Sakamoto (Babylon scriptwriter). Other staff include Akihiro Nagae (Fastening Days 2 and Puzzle & Dragons TVCM: Fuyu no Seishun hen) as character designer, Fumi Kato (Burn the Witch animation director) as character designer assistant, and Umitaro Abe (Penguin Highway music composer) as the music composer.

Other staff include Kunihiko Inaba (Burn The Witch) as art director, Izumi Hirose (Pokémon: Twilight Wings) as color designer, and Kei Machida (Belle co-photography director) as photography director. 

Meanwhile, the cast includes Mutsumi Tamura as Kosuke Kumagai, Asami Seto as Natsume Usagiuchi, Ayumu Murase as Noppo, Daiki Yamashita as Yuzuru Tachibana, Yumiko Kobayashi as Taishi Koiwai, Inori Minase as Reina Haba, and Kana Hanazawa as Juri Ando. 


Source: Netflix Anime YouTube channel

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, so he spent a few years, starting from his college days, doing so. He still likes video games, but now focuses on writing anime-related news content and the occasional review for Anime Trending. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive.
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