Da Da Dance was originally released on the 2019 album Metal Galaxy. It is about dancing, loving, dancing, not giving up, and dancing. For this track the girls are joined by Tak Matsumoto on guitar. It is the usual powerful, heavy rock sound that we have learned to expect from Babymetal with their great
Shanti Shanti Shanti was originally released on the 2019 album Metal Galaxy. It compares love with Buddhist philosophy, the season of change being like dreaming dreams. It is another hard rock song with a strong beat that mixes Asian and Indian themes in with the metal sounds and excellent vocals. Babymetal again show that
Pa Pa Ya!! is the latest single from the girls. It is about Summer festivals, playing music loud, and dancing until you are lit on fire. It is a great piece of high powered rock with catchy pop melodies that will have you moving along to the beat and wanting to sing along, even
New Man was originally released by Ed Sheeran on his 2017 album ÷. It is about an ex-lover’s new partner who is what the Ex thinks is their ideal but they are looking for love elsewhere. This is a version that Yukika has translated into Japanese and performs with only her guitar as accompaniment.
SatSunDay was originally released on the 2016 EP Dancing Night. It is about getting through the week so that you can make it to Saturday and Sunday and really enjoy the weekend. It is a great, short, piece of rock from the inimitable Yukika that is full of her usual excessive amounts of energy.
It is the latest video from Yukika. It is about being afraid of something so that you don’t want to know about it because you can’t do anything about it. It was inspired by the recently released movie version of Stephen King‘s It. This is an acoustic rendition with a great rock beat in
Welcome To Japan was originally released as a single in 2017. It is Yukika‘s personal advert for her native country where she explains many points of Japanese culture, including a whole verse on the principal foods of each prefecture. It is an incredible piece of Japanese rock served up with Yukika‘s unrestrained enthusiasm that