New ‘My Hero Academia’ Video Previews OP, “Dare Ware Tame” by TK from 凛として時雨!

New 'My Hero Academia' Video Previews OP, "Dare Ware Tame" by TK from 凛として時雨!

Things are definitely heating up for the upcoming Season 7 of My Hero Academia, one of the most popular shonen titles of the modern era. We know that the season is going to premiere on May 4, 2024, in Japan, and the studio is constantly releasing new teasers and preview videos, with the most recent one focusing on some new scenes from the upcoming season, as well as the OP song.

As far as the Season 7 OP is concerned, we know that it is going to be the song “Dare Ware Tame” (誰我為) by Japanese artist TK from 凛として時雨 (TK from Ling tosite sigure), a name that will be known to a lot of anime fans. TK’s band Ling tosite sigure came into the spotlight thanks to the Psycho-Pass anime series, while TK, as a solo artist, worked on Tokyo Ghoul, Chainsaw Man, as well as the Japanese dub of the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie.

The artist has a specific style and is recognizable among fans of Japanese music, so many fans are actually excited about this upcoming song. A short preview of the song, which is officially going to be released a bit later, can be heard during the new preview video for the upcoming season, and we advise you to watch and listen to it here:

As you can see, the series shows us numerous exciting scenes from the upcoming season, which is going to feature a lot of action and fights, as well as the debut of Romi Park‘s Star and Stripe, one of the most popular characters from the series. The OP preview starts around 0:40, and it confirms that the song is yet another typical TK song that will surely be a perfect fit for the upcoming season of My Hero Academia.

As we have said, Season 7 of My Hero Academia will be released on May 4, 2024, in Japan and will be made available internationally via Crunchyroll. Of course, we on Anime Horizon will bring you all the newest updates, so be sure to keep following us.

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