Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop theme song is never young beach’s song Cider no Yoni Kotoba ga Wakiagaru. The official site for the film began streaming a new promo video.
never young beach is a 4-member Japanese band from Tokyo. They have three studio albums. They play surf rock and their songs are described as comfortable.
The official website titled the promo as never young beach version. The film will open in Japan on July 22. Netflix will also begin streaming the film on the same day.
Kyohei Ishiguro is the director of the original anime film. It was supposed to open on June 25 but got delayed due to the pandemic.
Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop is also the name of the theme song. The movie is about Cherry and Smile and how music bridges the gap between the two. Cherry is a boy who is terrible at communicating. He always wears a pair of headphones and puts words he cannot express into Japanese haiku poetry.
Smile, on the other hand, is insecure about her looks as she has two large front teeth and wears braces. As a result, she hides behind a mask. Smile is popular and also streams online about seeking cuteness.
The film is commemorating the 10th anniversary of Victor Entertainment’s subsidiary Flying Dog. Dai Sato from Eureka 7 is writing the screenplay, Yukiko Aikei from Your Lie in April is designing the characters.
Space Dandy composer kensuke ushio will be composing the music for the film. Taeko Onuki’s song Yamazakura is the insert song of the film.