BABYMETAL's recent live video release "Live At Wembley" is featured on Japan TECHInsight to talk about one of the greatest moments of the show at Wembley Arena, "THE ONE" with many flags in the audience. Check their title translated below.
TECHInsight on BABYMETAL "Live At Wembley" and flags during "THE ONE
BABYMETAL on April 2 of this year held in United Kingdom at the prestigious SSE Arena Wembley the one-man live recorded in CD, Bluray & DVD. The audience came from around the world to see this live show, and the scene showed various national flags flying in the venue, Japan's as well, and became a topic. In this video work the touching scene of this legend revives.
X Japan who scheduled their live performance at Wembley Arena on March 12, 2016 but posponed the performance due to a member's emergency hospitalization, let BABYMETAL became the first Japanese artist to perform live at this arena.
BABYMETAL visited the UK for first time as the first World Tour started in July 2014. After that they have been doing performances in United Kingdom, and Su-Metal (Main vocalist) said talking: "The UK has always felt like our second home". As much as that, the performance at Wembley Arena would have had a special feeling.
On December 28, the live album "Live At Wembley" will be released, the video work of the same performance was released on November 23. The trailer video has been released on Youtube on November 11, so even though is just a bit of Su-Metal, Yuimetal, Moametal and Kami Band performance, will give you a passionate feeling. Besides that, it's a magnificent masterpiece capturing the feeling in the air at the venue united as one.
At that time, was on topic the number of national flags that were dropped by the audience during the performance of "THE ONE". Various national flags such as United States, Canada, India, Singapore, Japan, England, France, Italy. You can also see the flag scene during "THE ONE" in the trailer video.
The charm of the three BABYMETAL girls performance and the rock music of the metal sound of Kami Band reminiscent on stage, it seems to be a secret how they encharm the overseas fans. As the first Japanese artist to play at Wembley Arena was BABYMETAL instead of X Japan, one wonders if those people are actually convinced that the first Japanese live there will be on CD.
Article by: Japan TECHInsight
Translation by: Maik Gianino.