This Week’s Sign That the Apocalypse Is upon Us: Vivid Chicken

Doop dee doop, minding my own business …

Vivid what now? I thought we were done with chicken idols!

Oh! Okay. And?


Neat! That’s Vivid Chicken (Twitter), or Vivichiki, as they like to be called. I absolutely cannot even sometimes when it comes to idol concepts, and that’s fine — they clearly want this it to be a mind-warping experience — but what’s really got me over the barrel is that they’re out for revenge. Revenge from what? And why are the chicks being hanged in the promo image? What in the blue blazes is going on in chika idol anymore.

They started in October, or thereabouts. They seem to have three songs:

They sound good, though!

4 thoughts on “This Week’s Sign That the Apocalypse Is upon Us: Vivid Chicken

  1. ”Three chicks was dyed by adults, fascinated and got tired. They don’t have wings and only being able to chirp.”

    Do you need more reason for revenge than that? Also, it is really not that uncommon for chicks to end up hanged after being dyed enough by adults and having their wings cut. Especially in Japan that has been quite a remarkable issue if I’m not mistaken.

    Musically reminded me of a thousand and one insipid visual kei bands, which is not all bad, though. The down to earth sound production was somewhat refreshing.

      • The ever so frolic play of metaphor, I’d suggest. But it may be just me, seeing these gloomy fables everywhere.

        If you don’t let the children play, they get desperate.

        • Interestingly enough, this theme of being frustrated at adults is apparent in Minna no Kodomo-chan’s recently released (absolutely fantastic) EP as well, as the album description on Ototoy page says the album is ”A warning to adults from children”.

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