Wasuta Dances Into Spring With Emotional Ballad “Haru Hanabi”

Japanese pop group Wasuta has released the music video for “Haru Hanabi” on their YouTube channel. The emotional vocals are paired with graceful choreography to symbolize meeting and parting during the spring season.

The new song was composed by Kayoko Kusano, who co-wrote LiSA’s hit single “Gurenge” (from the anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba), lyrics by singer/songwriter Ai Higuchi and arrangement by Yuki Kishida. CRE8BOY designed the choreography with costume design by Mutsumi Ishihara (CLOTHING623).

“Haru Hanabi” will be released worldwide on March 3, 2021.

Digital Worldwide Release 3/3/2021
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Haru Hanabi (Regular Edition)

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Haru Hanabi (instrumental)
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Haru Hanabi (Limited Edition)

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Haru Hanabi MV
Haru Hanabi Dance video
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WASUTA PROFILE

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The World Standard a.k.a “Wasuta,” was formed in March 2015 with the mission of introducing “kawaii” Japanese idol culture worldwide via social media and live showcases.

The five members of Wasuta are:
Hazuki (Pastel Yellow)
Nanase (Pastel Green, leader)
Miri (Pastel Purple)
Ririka (Pastel Blue)
Ruka (Pastel Pink)

Since their debut in 2015, Wasuta has performed across Japan and appeared at worldwide music events in Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, Mongolia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. The group released their Wasuta BEST album in 2020.

Wasuta has performed theme songs for several anime series, including Kiratto Pri☆chan, Idol Time PriPara, Heybot!, PriPara Movie: Mi~nna de Kagayake! Kirarin☆Star Live!, and the official dance song for The Powerpuff Girls animated series in Japan.

Wasuta’s high-energy, kawaii style has led to collaborations with several top brands in Japan, including Sanrio Puroland, Tokyo Game Show, Hokkaido Resort Liner, Big Echo karaoke, POSME Idol Ambassadors (Shiseido cosmetics), RAGE E-Sports Tournament, The Alley (boba tea), and fashion brands Jamie Ank and 17kg.

Wasuta has released two official photobooks, Wasuta – Wonderful Collection (2019) and 1/5 (2020). The group has also hosted popular radio shows “World Standard Nippon” (FM 93) and “Wasuta no World Standard Radio” (MBS).

In summer 2018, Wasuta collaborated with Adexe & Nau on a Japanese/Spanish remix of the single “Yo Quiero Vivir,” which has scored over 3.8 million views on YouTube.

With over 700,000 followers on social media, the members of Wasuta are currently studying foreign languages to communicate directly with their worldwide fans: Hazuki (Spanish), Nanase (English), Miri (Chinese), Ririka (English), Ruka (English).

Wasuta Official Website: http://wa-suta.world/
YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/Wasuta_YouTube
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wasuta.world/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tws.wasuta/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tws_staff

Wasuta Official Fan Club: https://waship.world
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