College Student Singer Yuna Fukinbara Posts Amaim Warrior at the Borderline 2nd Part OP Theme MV

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Following the ED theme song “pARTs” by Natumi., singer-songwriter Yuna Fukinbara has also posted a music video for “Overlord,” the OP theme song for the second part of the TV anime AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline.

She is 18 now and just started college this April. She previously sang the ED theme “You’re my perfect mirror” for the first part of the anime. “Overlord” is included in her first EP “mirror” released on April 13. The eight-song album also contains “You’re my perfect mirror,” “Kyokai wa Nai” provided by the anime’s soundtrack composer Rasmus Faber, and “Go ahead” written/directed by herself, inspired by the anime.

She says on Twitter, “I would be happy if you can feel the sadness of this song from my expression. The music video is very cool, with me in the water and surrounded by flames. Definitely watch it!”

“Overload” MV:





— 富金原佑菜 ふきんばらゆうな (@yunayuna_0122) April 13, 2022

“You’re my perfect mirror” MV:

“mirror” all-song preview:

“mirror” CD jacket:

RELATED: Female Singer Natumi. Makes Her Debut with Amaim Warrior at the Borderline 2nd Part ED Song

The first part of AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline was aired for 13 episodes from October to December 2021. The first episode (14th in the overall series) of its second part, “Eight Months Later” is now available for Crunchyroll Premium members in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.

2nd part key visual:

RELATED: Watch The First 11 Minutes of AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline 2nd Part’s 1st Episode  

Source: Yuna Fukinbara official YouTube channel


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