In the short time I've done reviews I made it a point to expose any "weakness" in singles or albums. In Claris's first single "Irony" that "weakness" was in fact "Neo Moon" which ,while it was a good track, it didn't live up to the title track or "KOKORO NO INRYOKU". How'd we do this time? In a word: AMAZING! Alright I know what you are thinking: "Dude why are you so high on every group you review?" and its because so far I have yet to be disappointed totally. When you look at this single its easy to see why So the title track should be(and is) the star in "Connect" but "Dreaming" isn't far behind it if not equal because it showed a progression with the style of music that they can do and slow the tempo down just enough to prove their metal in another form of sorts. "Kimi to Futari" almost sounds like the duo is doing a bit of a hip hop vibe at the beginning of the track and I'm not against that at all. It ,like "Dreaming" shows that they are looking for a bit of diversity and its something I openly welcome. Maybe I'm off a bit but I think this single will do WONDERS for them down the line but we'll see later days
First Press / External Bonus*Details
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|Number of Discs||1|
|Label/Distributor||Sony Music Distribution|
Description in Japanese
コネクト [通常盤] / ClariS
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KIMI TO FUTARI
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