Warner Brothers Home Entertainment has officially announced that “day by day” by Kano has been selected as the ending theme of TV anime “Sword Oratoria – Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Spin Off”. The CD single will be released on the 24th of April 2017.
This CD single will be offered with three variant covers: the Kano feature cover, the Sword Oratoria cover, and the regular release cover. The contents of the singles also vary with each release: the regular release will include the tracks day by day, 29-Q, day by day -Instrumental-, and 29-Q -Instrumental-.
The Sword Oratoria cover will include the tracks day by day, day by day -TV size-, day by day -TEKINA remix-, and day by day -Instrumental-. It will also come with a DVD featuring the clean animated ending sequence without the text credits.
Finally, the Kano cover will will include the tracks day by day, 29-Q, day by day -Instrumental-, and 29-Q -Instrumental-. An accompanying DVD will feature the day by day and 29-Q official music videos.
Kano is a popular female vocalist who first rose to fame on video sharing sites. Her videos have been viewed over 15 million times on nico nico. On 20th May 2015, she released her major first single “Stella-rium”, which was used as the opening theme of the anime “Wish Upon the Pleiades”.
After that, she released her 2nd single “Diablave”, which was featured as the ending theme of the TV animation “Heavy Object”. Her 3rd single “nameless” was used as the ending theme of the TV anime Alderamin on the Sky. In February of 2017, she held her 2nd live tour “Kano Live ~ My Little Box ~”, which as an enormous success.
About Sword Oratoria – Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Spin Off
Sword Oratoria is a Japanese light novel series written by Oomori Fujino and illustrated by Haimura Kiyotaka. It is a spin off of the – Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? franchise.
The series has been also adapted into an ongoing manga series, and the animated TV series is scheduled to begin airing on 14th April 2017. The series stars voice actors Saori Oonishi as Ais Wallenstein, Juri Kimura as Lefiya Viridis, Rie Murakawa as Tiona Hiryute, and Minami Takahashi as Tione Hiryute.