Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange

Ending theme by LMYK for Firefighter Daigo anime now available

A CD release of song “Perfect World” by Japanese pop singer LMYK is now available for purchase. The song appeared during the closing credits for the anime Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange, which began airing on September 30th, 2023.

Perfect World CD cover
Cover artwork of “Perfect World” with Shun Onoda, Daigo Toake, and Yuki Nakamura. Image courtesy of Japanese Culture PR.

While “Perfect World” was already streaming on digital platforms, fans are now able to pick up a physical copy — those in Japan who purchase theirs from the Tower Records store in Tokyo or the NU Chayamachi location in Osaka are entered into a draw for a limited-edition LMYK pouch.

Appearing on the CD cover are the anime’s main characters Daigo Toake, Shun Onoda, and Yuki Nakamura.

Accompanying this release is a new music video set to scenes from Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange. This video is also included in a special DVD that accompanies the CD.

Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange is the anime adaptation of the manga by Masahito Soda which follows three members of Tokyo Fire Department aspiring to elevate themselves as part of the elite rescue service. Together they must overcome their own personal barriers to help keep their community safe. Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange is currently streaming on Crunchyroll.

Japanese singer-songwriter LMYK. Image courtesy of Japanese Culture PR.

Born in Osaka, Japan, LMYK was raised in a multicultural household and began her musical journey while studying in New York City. Blending Japanese and English lyrics in her compositions, LMYK was soon picked up music producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Many of LMYK’s songs have appeared in anime, with her first single “Unity” in the 2020 movie The Legend of Hei, “0” in 2021 for The Case Study of Vanitas, and “Without Love” as the ending the second season of Vinland Saga in 2023.

Source: Japanese Culture PR press release



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