ぜんぶ君のせいだ。 (ZenbuKimiNoSeiDa.) – Heavenlyheaven

ぜんぶ君のせいだ。 (ZenbuKimiNoSeiDa.)

There is a Heaven with ぜんぶ君のせいだ。 (ZenbuKimiNoSeiDa.): the yamikawaii unit dropped two brand new songs amongst an intense touring cycle.

This past year, codomomental’s ZenbuKimiNoSeiDa. has been on quite the roll with the release of two albums (Q.E.D.Mono and Q.E.D.Bi), three singles that included solos from members Megumi and Yukinojou, and the massive Sicutie & Stupid tour (they just currently wrapped up day 45 of the tour cycle). To keep the fans even more well fed, they just released the double singles “Heavenlyheaven” and “Live Live Live” on October 6th, alongside a music video for the title. So how exactly do the new songs fare?

“Heavenlyheaven” opens with a funky bassline and piano notes, soon followed with Mei Yui Mei’s characteristic scream tone. The feeling in the verses is bouncy and fun, playing into the cutesy side of the group’s vocal ability before introducing shared screams in the pre chorus (if the music video serves me right, it’s Kasane and Megumi in the first pre chorus, then Mei Yui Mei and An in the second). The chorus is fun and upbeat, with every member singing together against the band accompaniment. Around 2:40 there’s an interesting, darker sounding interlude before jumping into a key change in the final chorus. The added visuals of the music video contribute to the trippy, fever dream feeling the song has, especially with the added special effects.

“Live Live Live”, the second song featured, has a heavier sound compared to the sweet air of the former. The ska-like style of the guitars in the verses are a fun touch, and the chilled out, slower spoken word sections of the pre choruses add to the song’s melancholic feelings. Compared to the first song, there’s no screaming involved for a good chunk of the song until you get to the drop in the bridge that takes a really sick metalcore dive alongside the girls’ lower range and Kotetsu’s characteristically higher, black metal-esque screams. Mei carries the harsh vocals to the end as they all come together to finish the final chorus for a climactic ending.

As a whole, the Heavenlyheaven single is another solid effort coming out of the Zenkimi camp. With all the treats they’ve been dropping lately, it seems like the yamikawaii titans are showing no signs of stopping any time soon either; I’m very much looking forward to what’s coming next!


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