Aura Qualic’s Koi no Melody takes you back to the eighties

Ever wondered if Hatsune Miku existed in the 1980s, a time where the use of synthesized instruments were all the rage? Well, Aura Qualic released a new song inspired by that period in music history!

Of course, Koi No Melody is complimented with a video reminiscent of your anime from that time with well drawn art made by AQ’s long-time friend Kajo. The lyrics, composed by LYU-YA, are about Miku not being able to express her feelings to someone she has liked for a long time.

It does really feel like something out of the 80s!

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