Hi guys. Today I’m here to preach another favourite japanese musician of mine, Suneohair. As you can see above, he doesn’t try to take himself seriously and often uses his music videos to tell an interesting story.
I discovered Suneohair through the fantastic character-driven slice of life, Honey and Clover. Suneohair did both endings for the series (titled ‘Waltz’ and ‘Split’) and they were both great songs, capturing so well the transient, bittersweet feeling of life’s individual moments that we experience throughout the anime.
Suneohair also did the ending for Say I love You, titled Slow Dance, which I became hooked on as soon as I discovered it, and by the looks of it a lot of Say I love You fans as well.
His style is very ‘rock’y and it works well for him. Each song has its own style and they are all generally passable at the very least, with a surprisingly large number which I would also consider ‘favourites’ in their own sense, depending on what mood I’m in. I suppose what it amounts to is that Suneohair has written songs for many of life’s moments, giving his music a kind of relattable feel, like a friend you can calmly sit back and talk to about pretty much anything, and who smiles, nods and understands you.
(One of said favourites)
That’s all from me today – I hope you enjoy his stuff like I did. Let me know in the comments what your favourite artist is in the comment section and we can talk about it – maybe it’ll pop up i the next post too :).