LiSA's single 'Homura' exceeds 10 million views on YouTube

LiSA's single 'Homura' exceeds 10 million views on YouTube

As previously reported, the five-minute music video for her seventeenth single titled “Homura” was posted on the singer LiSA's official YouTube channel on October 13. The video has already garnered ten million views within a week of its release. In fact, at the time of writing, it has 12.64 million views.

LiSA's single 'Homura' exceeds 10 million views on YouTube

The song was used as the main theme song for the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, and the music video for its 15th single titled “Gurenge” already has 57 million views 16 months after its release. The latter was the opening theme of the Kimetsu no Yaiba anime.

Furthermore, two days before its physical release, “Homura” was released digitally for streaming and downloading on October 12 and dominated over 55 daily digital popularity charts in Japan, including Amazon Digital Music Single Ranking and iTunes. General Top Song Ranking. Then their CD single topped Oricon's weekly sales rankings with 68,000 units sold in its first week.

About LiSA

She is a singer, writer and lyricist born in Gifu prefecture in 1987. The singer works under the Sacra Music label of Sony Music Artists. After aspiring to become a singer very early in her life, she began her musical career as the lead singer of the indie band Chucky. After the band's separation in 2005, LiSA moved to Tokyo to begin her solo career, making her debut in 2010 singing on the Angel Beats! Series. as one of the two vocalists of the band "Girls Dead Monster".

LiSA's songs have been used for multiple animation series, notably Fate / Zero, Sword Art Online, and Kimetsu no Yaiba. Their singles regularly dominate Oricon's top downloads, with "Crossing Field" receiving a platinum certification and "Oath Sign" receiving a gold certification.

Source: Official Twitter Account

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