TREASURE to sing the theme song for popular Japanese animation  “Black Clover” movie version

Boy group TREASURE announced their second collaboration with the famous Japanese animation “Black Clover”, proving their presence in Japan.

According to YG Entertainment on December 17th, TREASURE was selected as the singer for “Here I Stand”, the theme song of the animated movie “Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King” to be released on March 31st next year. “Black Clover” is a popular manga serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine with an accumulated sales of 18 million copies.


Following the ending song “BEAUTIFUL” released last year for the TV series “Black Clover”, TREASURE will continue to sing the theme song for the movie version. At the time of its release, “BEAUTIFUL” swept the top spots on major local charts, including Japan’s largest music site LINE Music, and gained enthusiastic responses from music fans.

“Here I Stand” is a pop rock genre song that combines sophisticated band sounds with lyrics about never giving up on dreams. TREASURE’s unique and energetic vocals are expected to maximize the positive message contained in the song.


TREASURE said, “We’re very happy to sing the theme song for the movie version following the TV series ending song. The characters in the work who always go straightforward without being shaken really resemble us. That’s why we were able to immerse in the emotions more while working on this song. We hope you enjoy both the movie and the song.”

TREASURE is carrying out their first Japan Area Tour. Starting by selling all tickets for their shows in Hokkaido, the boy group successfully performed in Fukui and Nagoya and will move to Fukuoka, Hyogo, Tokyo, and Saitama. On the 28th and 29th of January, they will enter Kyocera Dome in Osaka and perform their first Dome concert. 

Source: Daum

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