It appears that the world is falling away, one song at a time…
Earlier today, the official Lost Song anime website updated with a new key visual. The image features Rin and Finis reaching for one another, as Finis sings the song of fire.
Lost Song launched on Netflix Japan on March 31. The show will hit the service worldwide on September 30.
The title is an original co-production between Liden Films and Dwango. Series creators Junpei and Morita are directing the project at Liden Films and penning the scripts. Tomonori Fukuda (Robotics;Notes) provided the original character designs for the series.
Yuki Tamura performed closing theme Tears Echo, while Konomi Suzuki handled opening theme Utaeba Soko ni Kimi ga Iru Kara (If I Sing, You Will Be There).
The confirmed voice cast includes:
- Rin: Konomi Suzuki
- Finis: Yukari Tamura
- Pony Goodlight: Chiaki Takahashi
- Monica Rukkusu: Asami Seto
- Al: Misaki Kuno
- Henry Leopold: Seiichirō Yamashita
- Corte/Mel: Ai Kayano
- Bazra Beamorusu: Tsuyoshi Koyama
- Rūdo Bernstein IV: Yuuto Suzuki
- Doctor Weizen: Mitsuru Ogata
- Talgia Hawkley: Hiroshi Itō
Netflix describes the series as:
An all-new, classic fantasy starring Yukari Tamura and Konomi Suzuki as the two heroines.
Rin (Konomi Suzuki), an energetic girl who loves to eat, lives in a verdant frontier village.
Deep within the royal palace in the bustling capital city, the songstress Finis (Yukari Tamura) spends her days in solitude. Both share a special power no other person has. A miraculous power that can heal wounds, create water and stir the wind — the power of song. Guided by destiny, the two young women each face an arduous journey with the power of song. The shadow of war looms over the kingdom, tainting even the miraculous songs with the blood of innocents. Loved ones meet their deaths as silent screams echo through a stone prison. As two destinies intersect, will the final song be one of despair, hope or…? The series is comprised of 12 episodes, and is a LIDENFILMS x Dwango co-production. Lost Song will debut globally on Netflix in 2018.