New Spy X Family Opening And Ending Songs?

by Anchal Thakur

New Spy X Family Opening And Ending Songs?:What is the name of the new theme song for the beginning of season 1 part 2 of Spy x Family, and who sings it?

Spy x Family’s funny reaction posts, cute moments, and smooth action sequences made it the most talked about anime in the world.

But the music, especially the great opening and closing theme songs, was one of the most talked-about things about the first part of the season.

The new season of the anime will have a new theme song. What is the name of the opening theme song for season 1 part 2 and who sings it?

New Spy X Family Opening And Ending Songs?

Spy x Family season 1 part 2 has a new opening theme song called “Souvenir.” It is sung by the Japanese rock band Bump of Chicken.

The new ending song is called “Colors,” and Yama sings it (see the end of the second section).

As part of the campaign to get people excited about the new anime show, the opening sequence was put up on the Toho Animation YouTube channel a few days ago.

As of October 1, just a few hours before the premiere of Spy x Family Part 2, the new opening theme song had been watched more than 6 million times.

The opening sequence’s director, Tetsuro Araki, said on Twitter, “We are honored to have made a new OP for Spy Family.” He also said, “I was guided by a wonderful song and lyrics.”

Reactions on New Spy X Family Opening And Ending Songs

Along with confirming the new opening theme song for the anime, Bump of Chicken posted some thoughts on the official Spy x Family website.

The group said, “Everyone in the group liked reading this book, so we were very happy to get the offer.”

Motoo Fujiwara, who was the lead singer, would add how “I wrote the song by comparing how I feel about the people who come to my live shows to the journey to an important place.”

We can’t talk about Spy x Family’s music without talking about the great closing theme song from season 1.

Gen Hoshino wrote and sang “Comedy,” which has been watched more than 17 million times on YouTube.

The singer-songwriter recently talked about all things Comedy with All Night Nippon, which was translated by Crunchyroll.