It has been announced that Japanese group Homecomings will perform the final theme song of the upcoming anime adaptation of Insomnia sufferers after school. The ending theme song is titled “Tours”.
The group consists of members Yuki Fukutomi, Honami Fukuda, Ayaka Tatamino, and Narumi Ishida. The group is also responsible for the theme song of the 2018 anime film Liz and the Bluebird entitled “Songbirds”.
“The town where I lived by the sea is known for its many cloudy days, but strangely enough, at night we could see many stars and my mother would tell me the names of the stars by the front door. I wrote a song about our long, quiet nights along with the scent of the stately air then. It is a great honor to be involved in such wonderful work in Ishikawa Prefecture, where I grew up. I would like to learn the name of one more star next time I return home.
Statement from Homecomings band member Yuki Fukutomi
Insomnia sufferers after school will premiere in April this year and will be animated by Studio LIDENFILMS. Yuki Ikeda directed the anime. Rintaro Ikeda is doing the series composition and Hiroki Fukuda is the character designer. Yuki Hayashi composed the music. The cast for the anime includes:
- Konomi Tamura as Isaki Magari
- Gen Sat as Ganta Nakami
- Natsumi Fujiwara as Kanami Anamizu
- Sumire Morohoshi as Mina Nono
- Haruka Tomatsu as Yui Shiromaru
- Seiichiro Yamashita as Tao Ukegawa
- LIN as Motoko Kanikawa
- Mamiko Noto as Usako Kurashiki
- Sho Carino as Rui Haida
Insomnia sufferers after schoolis based on a manga by Makoto Ojiro. The manga began serialization in Shogakukan’s Weekly Big Comics Spirits magazine in 2019.namelyrecently licensed the manga in English and describes the plot as:
Dark rumors about what happened to the members of the astronomy club keep people away from the school observatory, making it the perfect retreat for Nakami and Magari to get some much-needed rest. Unfortunately, the school’s faculty cannot allow its unauthorized use. But if there was a new astronomy club, maybe these two insomniacs would have a place to call home!
© Makoto Ojiro, Shogakukan / “Kimi Somu” Production Committee.