After a new opening from Mai Kuraki which began airing last week, a new ending for the Detective Conan anime has just been announced. Entitled “君への嘘 (Kimi e no Uso)” or “Lie to You”, it will be sung by VALSHE who had made her debut in the anime with the recent 37th opening “Butterfly Core”.
The song will be released in Japan on the February 4th, 2015 with its first broadcast date yet to be revealed.
Source: Valshe’s Official Website
The latest compilation of music from the anime series has been announced and collects opening and ending themes from the previous collection’s release in 2011 to now. Titled THE BEST OF DETECTIVE CONAN 5, the release will come in both a CD-only and a special CD and DVD package that features creditless versions of the included openings and endings.
The CD edition will retail for 3,200 yen, while the CD and DVD package will cost 3,600 yen. Both will be available beginning October 22nd in Japan.
Track listing order to be announced
- Butterfly Core — VALSHE
- TRY AGAIN—Mai Kuraki
- Kimi no Namida ni Konnani Koshiteru—Natsu Iro
- Miss Mystery—BREAKERZ
- Misty Mystery—GARNET CROW
- RAIN MAN—AKIHIDE
- Ima Aitakute—DAIGO
- Kimi no Egao ga Nani Yori mo Sukidatta—Chicago Poodle
- Hitomi no Melody—BOYFRIEND
- Koi ni Koishite—Mai Kuraki
- Kanashi Hodo Kyou no Yuhi Kirei da ne—grram
- Your Best Friend—Mai Kuraki
Source: Being GIZA
It has just been revealed that a new ending will be airing alongside the anime starting with the remaster of episode 27 on the 16th of August. Mai Kuraki, a long-time singer for Detective Conan openings, endings and movie themes, will be contributing this new ending entitled 無敵なハート (Muteki na Heart) – Invincible Heart. The song will go on sale on the 27th of August in Japan.
The song “Greed” by upstart Japanese rock band KNOCK OUT MONKEY currently serves as the opening theme to the Detective Conan anime series. You can view the official music video here on the band’s official YouTube channel but be advised it is not safe for work due to suggestive imagery. The music video is full length, allowing you to hear the full song instead of the condensed opening version.
The single, the band’s third, will be released on August 20th for 1,000 yen (roughly $10 USD). You may pre-order the single here on CDJapan.