ED Theme for ‘My Hero Academia’ Season 7 Officially Confirmed Ahead of May Premiere!

'My Hero Academia' Heating Up For Season 7 with New CM Video and Recap Episodes!
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Things are definitely heating up for the upcoming Season 7 of My Hero Academia, which is set to premiere on May 4, 2024, in Japan, but also globally, since Crunchyroll is simulcasting the premiere globally. As one of the most popular shonen titles of the modern era, My Hero Academia is expected to be one of the hits of the current season, and the studio is constantly releasing new teasers and preview videos, as well as information about the upcoming season, with the most recent piece of news focusing on the ED theme of the upcoming season!

The official Twitter (now X) account of the My Hero Academia anime series has confirmed that the ED theme for Season 7 will be the song “Tsubomi”, which is going to be performed by the Japanese band Omoinotake.

The official announcement and confirmation was, as we have said, released on Twitter (now X), and you can check out the original Tweet here:

The song will be heard for the first time when the season premieres and it will be available for download on May 5, 2024, the day after the official premiere of Season 7 of My Hero Academia.

Just a quick reminder that Season 7 of My Hero Academia will feature the return of all the previous voice actors while also debuting the heroine Star and Stripe, who is going to be voiced by Romi Park. As for the staff, here are the names involved in the seventh season:

  • Chief director: Kenji Nagasaki (returning, director of the first three seasons) 
  • Director: Naomi Nakayama (Koikimo; Orange chief director; My Hero Academia Episode 78, 83, and 87 storyboard artist, My Hero Academia Episode 64 director)
  • Character designer: Yoshihiko Umakoshi (returning)
  • Character designer: Hitomi Odashima (returning)
  • Music composer:  Yuuki Hayashi (returning)

As for the series itself, My Hero Academia is one of the most popular manga and anime in recent years and is considered to be part of the new “Big Three” alongside Demon Slayer and Jujutsu Kaisen. If you’re not too familiar with the plot, here is a brief summary:

Middle school student Izuku Midoriya wants to be a hero more than anything, but he hasn’t got an ounce of power in him. With no chance of ever getting into the prestigious U.A. High School for budding heroes, his life is looking more and more like a dead end. Then an encounter with All Might, the greatest hero of them all, gives him a chance to change his destiny…

And that is what we have for you now. The season is premiering on May 4, 2024, and until then, you can enjoy the Memories recap episodes that are currently airing each week.

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