Tokyo (VNA) – KURROCKthe first Vietnamese rock band in Japan with five Vietnamese members and one Japanese, released their first music video (MV)”Vuoton August 7, two years after their debut.
“Vuot,” the group’s first track, talks about the challenges faced by Vietnamese people, especially young people, in pursuit of success in Japan. Through the song, KURROCK aims to motivate young Vietnamese living in Japan to try harder to overcome these obstacles.
The MV is a two-team production in Vietnam and Japan. Directed by Watanabe Tomonori, it was shot in Japan using green screen backgrounds as COVID-19 restrictions remained in place in the country. Post-production was done in Vietnam.
The MV takes place on the roof of the Mode Gakuen spiral towers, recreating an aerial view of Shinjuku, a bustling Tokyo district, at dawn to signal that a new day will return.
According to bank executive Manh Khoi, KURROCk plans to release their debut album this year, featuring bilingual songs, aiming to use music to connect the two countries and their fans./.