The Japanese pop music duo, EGOIST, made up of lyricist Ryo from Supercell and singer Chelly, reported through their Twitter account that there was unauthorized access to their YouTube channel, from where a video was uploaded. not related to grouping. «Yesterday (23rd) around 10:00 pm, a video of unknown origin was published on our YouTube channel,“ EGOIST Official YouTube Channel ”. We are currently investigating the source of the unauthorized upload, so please avoid watching the video or distributing it. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Apparently the production staff of the music unit did not lose access to the YouTube channel, since the video in question has already been removed from the catalog. However, various publications circulate through social networks showing that the video in question was titled “Egoist - Eyvah”.
On the other hand, originally the musical unit was created to produce the musical themes of the original anime of the Production IG studios, Guilty Crown, however, the group continued producing songs after the end of the series, and participating in other productions such as Psycho- Pass and Koutetsujou no Kabaneri (Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress). Their debut album, titled “Extra Terrestrial Biological Entities” was released in September 2012.
His most recent releases include the singles “Sakase ya Sakase” and “saigonohanabira the meaning of love”, released in 2019 and 2020, respectively. Her most recent music video was for the song “Eiyuu: Unmei no Uta”, released in 2017. From now on her YouTube channel would upload live performances.
Source: Official Twitter Account