If you know the animes Moritary the Patriot and Beyond the Boundary, then you’re probably familiar with Stereo Dive Foundation. If not, don’t worry – we’re here to tell you all about him! Stereo Dive Foundation (SDF) is a rising Japanese pop sensation known for having popular releases in animes. Rock, hip-hop, pop, ballads… he does it all! Every song, no matter the genre, is always a certified bop. As he is beginning to receive a larger US fan base, he released his latest song ‘Sparkles’ and it’s already stealing hearts worldwide. Come dive (no pun intended) into the new release as we tell you all about who SDF is!
Let’s Dive Into ‘Sparkles’
‘Sparkles’ is one of the tracks for the anime movie Scarlet Bond and it’ll leave you in tears! It’s a soothing, tranquil ballad telling the important message that what we leave behind is more important than what we receive in life. ‘Sparkles’ shares this amazing message and SDF made this song sound so relaxing that it’ll put you at ease. SDF’s voice combined with the piano helps you better connect and understand the message he shares.
Anime music has gotten popular over the years and continues to grow. Stereo Dive Foundation has been a key part of this growing trend and embarked on a US tour this year. ‘Sparkles’ is sure to have you racing to get tickets to his future tours!
Songs From Stereo Dive Foundation That Sparkle
‘Sparkles’ was a beautiful release with even more beautiful lyrics to go with it, but ‘Sparkles’ isn’t the only dazzling song that SDF has made. His song ‘Daisy’ shows off his beautiful singing, the piece explaining how you always want to stay with the ones you love. ‘Genesis’ has a futuristic, EDM sound to it and it’s an absolute headbanger. ‘Storyseeker’ is the famous ending for the anime The Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime. It’s a fun, exhilarating song bound to make anyone dance. These are only a few of the many songs that SDF has to offer and we know you’ll love his other songs even more!
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