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Gundam SEED Freedom Music Video lands on Youtube

Gundam SEED Freedom Music Video lands on Youtube

Written by Ross Locksley on 12 Feb 2024



Fair to say that the Gundam SEED Freedom film has been kind of a big deal since it's release last month. Opening to generally positive reviews and a storm of new kits and toys, it's easy to forget just how popular SEED was in Japan when it first aired, but it looks like the fans remembered Kira and company and were more than ready for a new adventure.

To celebrate the film, a new music video has been posted to Youtube for the film's lead song, appropriately titled "FREEDOM" by Tetsuya Komuro and performed by T.M. Revolution, it's a belting rock track that suits the visuals perfectly.

The film broke records in Japan, topping the box office on its opening weekend and being the highest 3 day gross for any Gundam film, it's planned for thatrical release in 56 countries, and you can bet we'll be there to see it when it lands.

For now, enjoy the video!


Ross Locksley
About Ross Locksley

Ross founded the UK Anime Network waaay back in 1995 and works in and around the anime world in his spare time.


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