Minori Suzuki to Sing the Opening Theme of I’m Quitting Heroing.

Minori Suzuki has announced that she will be releasing her 6th single “BROKEN IDENTITY” on June 1 this year. The title song is the opening theme of I’m Quitting Heroing, a new anime airing from April 5 in Japan.

The anime’s second promotional video features the chorus of this song, which is a hard rock tune unlike anything Suzuki has done before.

“I’m Quitting Heroing” – Trailer

The lyrics of the song are by Nana Hatori while the composition and arrangement are from Mao Yamamoto. The newest song from Minori Suzuki will be available from June 1 on streaming services such as Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube Music.

I’m Quitting Heroing – Key Visual

About “I’m Quitting Heroing”
Leo is a hero who once saved the world from a demon army’s invasion. However, he was feared and ostracized by people afterward, and ended up with no job. Feeling that his skills would be better appreciated elsewhere, he joins the demon lord’s army that he once fought. Now in a new work environment, Leo strives to use his skills and revive the demon army that is on the brink of collapse.
Synopsis taken from Anime News Network

Minori Suzuki

Minori Suzuki’s Profile
She is currently one of the most powerful voice actress artists in the business. Using her outstanding vocal ability, wide-range of expressions, and striking smile as her weapon, she energizes everyone who watches her perform.

In January 2018, she had her solo debut singing “FEELING AROUND,” the opening theme song for the TV anime Ms. Koizumi Loves Ramen Noodles, which got public attention due to Koji Mihara’s (Frederic) contributions to the song. Since then, she has released five singles and two full albums. Her most recent release is “Saihate,” the theme song of Fena: Pirate Princess.

Source: Flying Dog Inc. via QDAPP Media Relations

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