After seeing RAISE A SUILEN’s new promotional video, Kasumi and her friends want to create one.
From the looks of it, RAISE A SUILEN’s new promotional video was a big hit. Given that they are in second place behind Roselia, they probably will give them a run for the money.
On the other hand, Poppin Party is behind. I mean, really behind at 231. They need to do something quick to turn this around. They decide to create a promotional video to try to fix this. Still, I wonder if they know how to create one.
Thankfully, Rimi and Arisa talked to Aya and Chisato about their experiences. They apparently used a green screen. I find it hilarious how part of Maya‘s dress becomes part of the background. Still, it’s funny how Chisato hits back at Aya for falling asleep while recording the production. Either way, their music video looks pretty good.
After some research on how to create a video, Kasumi and her friends finally do the recording. After borrowing a video camera, Kasumi records some videos of things such as bonsai tree, jumping out of boxes, using finger guns.
When they viewed the final product, it wasn’t good at all. They record some more videos, recorded performance, and combined some photos they have. Rimi made a nice video and photo slide show, which looks better than the first attempt. While it pales in comparison to RAISE A SUILEN’s, it’s still better than the first attempt. It’s not too surprising since it didn’t match with the music. At least they are receiving likes, meaning people are enjoying the new music video.
Aside from that, it seems that Roselia has a change of heart. When ChuChu challenges Yukina, she accepts the challenge. I wonder why? To prove to ChuChu that their band is better? Most likely. We will find out in February as the first five episodes aired early to promote RAISE A SUILEN of course. After all, they need to make the news that Rokka is their new and permanent guitarist.
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