Ending theme “Gondola no Uta” Lyric Video released & soundtrack to be released

Classic Japanese song “Gondola no Uta” as Ending Theme

The Tale of Onogoro takes place in a parallel world that is similar to Taisho Era Japan and features a new version of the classic Japanese song “Gondola no Uta” as the ending theme. The original version of the song was released in 1915, near the beginning of the Taisho Era. Singer-songwriter Rekka Katakiri, renowned for her work in various anime and video games, provides bittersweet yet powerful vocals for the track. Amata K.K.’s sound team, Berens, created a new arrangement for the song for this game. A lyric video has also been released to commemorate the launch of the game.

About Rekka Katakiri

Rekka Katakiri is a content creator whose content centers around her activities as a singer. From powerful to dainty or from cute to heroic, her unique “kaleidoscope voice” allows her to paint each song she sings with a different musical color. Rekka is a versatile artist that is not only involved in the writing and composing aspects of the music creation process, but is also involved in project planning, graphic design, event planning, and record studio management.

Lyric Video for “Gondola no Uta”

Official The Tale of Onogoro Soundtrack Available March 26

The music featured in The Tale of Onogoro will be available to stream or download on all major platforms on March 26. The sound team at Amata, Berens, was deeply involved in the creation of all the music featured in the game. Individual songs will also be available for streaming.

Soundtrack Details

Album Title: The Tale of Onogoro Original Soundtrack
22 songs including “The Tale of Onogoro” feat. Yumiko Takahashi, “Gondola no Uta” feat. Rekka Katakiri
Store: iTunes Store and others
Streaming Platforms: Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music Unlimited, AWA, KKBOX, YouTube Music and others
Release Date: March 26th, 2022
Price: 1,528 JPY (Prices may differ across stores/regions)
URL: https://linkco.re/rZhzAZdY

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