• Title: Uchiage Hanabi (打上花火)
  • Artist: DAOKO
  • Runtime: 4:52   Language: Japanese
  • Date: August 27, 2017

Uchiage Hanabi (打上花火) is the title track of Daoko’s newest single which has the same name. The song is composed and written by Kaneshi Yonezu, who makes a perfect team with Daoko for this beautiful duet song. Uchiage Hanabi is the soundtrack of the movie Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? (打ち上げ花火、下から見るか?横から見るか?). The animated movie is based on an older Japanese live-action drama with the same name. The movie is produced by Shaft Studio and it has a talented group of actors and actress to do the voice acting such as Suzu Hirose, Masaki Suda, Mamoru Miyano, Shintaro Asanuma, Toshiyuki Toyonaga.

Uchiage Hanabi is a love song that talks about a night with fireworks, and the singer would like this night last forever, even the video is focused on fireworks and it also contains many scenes from the movie.

Daoko's new record single, Uchiage Hanabi, includes two other songs called Forever Friends and Cinderella Step.

Daoko will have tours starting from November 26th in Osaka BIG CAT and end on January 11 next year in Zepp Diver City.

Also remember to check out Daoko's another MV version of Uchiage Hanabi (打上花火).

Watch Daoko - Uchiage Hanabi - Short Ver.
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