We are back at it, still providing you with a daily exploration of one of YLMM’s multiple music videos. Today, we’ll be touching on Never Give Up Suiken, guest starring Rina Takeda, of Dead Sushi and Wakakozake fame.
A bit of a flashback today as the next You’ll Melt More! video is for Watashi e (To Me), originally from 2015’s YOU ARE THE WORLD album but re-recorded here to promote their best-of album, MUSIC GO ROUND.
Appropriately, the lyrics for this song are a reflection on the past and convey a message from the group to their younger past selves. The video shows the four idols out in the city at night and while perfectly pleasant, doesn’t give us much to talk about.
So this seems a good time to introduce…
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Here we have the members of You’ll Melt More! at the point of their career that we have currently reached with our 50 YMM MVs series: Younapi, Kechon, Chiffon and Ano. They have all just been to the ice-cream van, when a scary clown jumped out from behind a bush and went “Boo!” at them, causing them to drop their purchases. About five minutes have gone by and now your task is to connect the idols to the not-so-frozen goodies and tell us whose treat has melted the most.
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I was very worried when, in early 2018, You’ll Melt More! announced a best-of album. For an idol group that had been going as long as they had, this is often a way to wrap up their career. Maybe to counter that impression, they released an EP of new material on the same day: the HIPPY MONDAYS EP. Naturally, they made an MV for every song on it and first up is Okoranai de (Don’t Get Mad).
On October 4, 2017, five years to the day after the original members of You’ll Melt More! met for the first time, they celebrated by releasing the TALKING HITS EP. They previewed this with the video for A! Sekai wa Hiroi Sugoi (Ah! The World is Amazing). But is the song amazing?
A preface to say that if you have photosensitive epilepsy you probably shouldn’t watch this video.
Have you ever been to a cafe where the service is horrible but because you don’t want to look like an entitled boomer you just grit your teeth and enjoy your food? Well what if the cure for that scenario was hypnosis? You’ll Melt More know what’s up in the video to Moi Moi:
Welcome to the halfway point! Imagine the world before Corona where anybody could go out during the hot summer days and relax with their friends. The drinking, togetherness and nostalgia: those are the key points of the music video for “Unmei”.