FLOW’s latest PV is COLORS, the opening song to the popular CODE GEASS: Lelouch of the Rebellion. I first heard this when it was featured on the CODE GEASS special that aired several weeks ago, and I knew I’d like the song immediately. Like I said when I reviewed the first episode, it’s a very catchy tune that’s very much in FLOW’s style of music. In fact, I have found myself listening to the TV-size version of this song for the past couple of weeks whenever Thursdays and CODE GEASS came around. So of course I was very excited to hear the full version, which clocks in at 3 minutes and 41 seconds. I love the entire song, though it felt like the end of the song doesn’t have the same oomph as the rest of it – maybe because it was KOHSHI singing a couple of lines after the final refrain. Anyway, the PV features the five band members in a room with a moving floor that changes colors. There’s also sign on the far wall that indicates “FLOW,” “Voice,” “Bass,” “Guitar,” “Drums,” or “MC^2” depending on who’s on screen. It’s not quite as fun to watch as their DAYS PV, but still good.
The single release for COLORS is coming out on November 8th, 2006.
On a side note, my friend thinks that COLORS sounds too much like Eureka Seven’s OP DAYS. I agreed with him that it does sound similar, though that doesn’t change how much I like this song.