An official site was opened by MAGES. and announced an original TV anime titled Lost Song. The anime features two heroines, as shown in the two separate key visuals MAGES. revealed in November and December last year. A catchphrase was also announced on the official site: "The song changes even the star's destiny." More information regarding the story and airing date will be announced at a later time.
Rin: Konomi Suzuki (Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu theme song performer)
Finis: Yukari Tamura (Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha)
Yup, yup, been anxiously awaiting more news of this since I saw Yukarin as one of the lead roles.
Konomi Suzuki, huh? Not familiar with her if she's had any roles, but I've liked the songs she's performed for other anime ^^
Looking forward to this, and looking forward to more news and a PV in the future
"If wishes could be granted, if desires could be fulfilled, then I wouldn't wish or desire for anything. The things you're handed on a silver platter are never genuine, and never everlasting after all. And that is why I'll always keep searching."
I'm more surprised at the fact that Konomi Suzuki is taking a voice role, so this is her first time Huh? This is actually pretty nice. Considering she's been a singer for a long while, its surprising for her to take a Seiyuu role.
Other than that I will keep this an eye around, pretty interested in a sense because of the artwork and I want to see through the staff and such.
HecticLeo said: No synopsis or background information? I'm sold!
The picture to the right caught my eyes.
On Kubo Yurika's show Aniege11 a couple of weeks ago, Konomin was the guest and she revealed that the image on the right is the character she'll be voicing. She doesn't know anything else, and was asking Yurika for advice on how to voice a character. I love her music but I wish her well in her seiyuu debut... I'm sure the songs will be good and she'll do her best on the voice acting but the first main acting role can be a bit rough so they're taking a chance.
Almost nothing is known at this point. And the seiyuu for Rin is a complete rookie from the looks of it. But I don't care. The visuals are gorgeous and even though the two girls look completely different, they make me want to see this show through to the end.