Their first commemorative sound source since the band formed is "As If Forever Exists," which will be released on June 2nd. The melody is from a wide range of songs, but you still cannot grasp the whole picture of the band with just "static" and "dynamic" in contrast to convey to the world: The cold will set forth this concept that you can feel strongly. A live is determined to be seen soon. Don't miss out. -- It also came with the title track ballad, but it is quite an adventure isn't it?
KISAKI: Inside of me there is nothing adventurous, though. Why originally a ballad? (laughs). I have this scene I returned to, a mental state where I return to the strait words of my lyrics. -- How did everyone react?
REIYA: Well, they were a little surprised (laughs). But the nature of the message, I believe is easy to understand.
KANATA: I think it's what Mr.KISAKI want to convey mostly. It's very important to do this at the very beginning.
KISAKI: Because I hope that we can proudly announce: "This is LIN". -- Is that so, I think your band is very quiet, isn't it?
KISAKI: From the perspective of the people who supported me and my music career, I don't think it's a question. In KISAKI PROJECT, there were only ballad, and coming up with a beautiful tone, or a subtle aspect, of a music portion of vanity took on a serious look. -- Sure. The band's name was credited for composing the songs, but in what way were they made?
KISAKI: It was originally demonstrations and melodies, KANATA and I felt we had to extend the guitar.
KANATA: When I read the lyrics, I thought, "What would best fit this magnificent ballad?" While there is the commitment to complement the lyrics, even without lyrics, the feelings transmitted into images that work.