ClariS

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ClariS
ClariS members.jpg
An official illustration of ClariS by Otohiko Takano depicting Clara (left) and Karen (right).
Background information
Origin Hokkaido, Japan
Genres J-pop, synthpop, pop rock
Years active 2009–present
Labels SME Records
Website www.clarismusic.jp
Members
  • Clara
  • Karen
Past members Alice

ClariS (クラリス Kurarisu?) is a Japanese pop music duo and idol unit which formed in 2009 with singers Clara and Alice from Hokkaido, who were in junior high school at the time. The pair began singing covers and submitting them to the Niconico video sharing website between 2009 and 2010. ClariS later signed to SME Records and released their debut single "Irony" in October 2010. Three more singles were released between 2011 and 2012, followed by their debut album Birthday (2012). Birthday was awarded a Gold Disc by the Recording Industry Association of Japan for having exceeded 100,000 copies shipped in a single year. Six more singles were released between 2012 and 2014, which were featured on their second album Second Story (2013) and third album Party Time (2014). Alice left the unit following Party Time '​s release, and Karen joined ClariS in late 2014.

History[edit]

2009–2012: Formation and junior high school[edit]

ClariS formed in late 2009 as "Alice Clara" when, as first-year junior high school students, Clara and Alice submitted a cover of the Vocaloid song "Step to You" onto the Niconico video sharing website on October 10, 2009.[1] ClariS released seven more covers in 2009.[1] On April 24, 2010, the publisher Sony Magazines under Sony Music Entertainment Japan launched the anime music magazine LisAni! with an attached CD containing the original song "Drop" composed by Kz of Livetune and sung by ClariS.[2][3] ClariS released five more covers in 2010, ending with the song "Listen!!" from the anime K-On!! as their 13th cover submitted on June 5, 2010.[1] On July 24, 2010, the second issue of LisAni! was released with another attached CD containing the original song "Kimi no Yume o Miyō" (君の夢を見よう?), again composed by Kz and sung by ClariS.[4] A single containing both songs was released exclusively at Comiket 78 on August 13, 2010.[5]

Much focus was put on Clara and Alice being in junior high school at the time.[2][6][7] From early on when they uploaded their covers onto Niconico, there was some disbelief whether the girls were actually in junior high school and there were numerous comments on their adult-sounding voices.[8][9] Despite this, Clara and Alice were described as simply normal junior high school girls,[10] and while Kz felt much of their appeal came from them being in junior high school, he also felt their future potential played a part in it.[11]

By September 2010, ClariS was signed to SME Records,[7] much to the surprise of Clara and Alice.[8] Alice would later remark that she had suspicions about it, and wondered if they were somehow being tricked.[8] ClariS released their major debut single "Irony" on October 20, 2010.[12] Composed by Kz, "Irony" debuted at No. 7 on Oricon's weekly singles chart,[13] and was used as the opening theme of the 2010 anime TV series Oreimo.[14] Good Smile Company released a Nendoroid Petit set of ClariS in January 2012 based on the illustrations of Clara and Alice by Hiro Kanzaki for "Irony".[15] ClariS released their second single "Connect" (コネクト?) on February 2, 2011.[16] "Connect" debuted at No. 5 on Oricon's weekly singles chart,[17] and was used as the opening theme of the 2011 anime TV series Puella Magi Madoka Magica.[18] "Connect" was later awarded the Gold Disc by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) in January 2012 for having exceeded 100,000 copies shipped in a single year.[19] ClariS contributed the song "True Blue" on the Zone tribute album Zone Tribute: Kimi ga Kureta Mono (ZONEトリビュート~君がくれたもの~?) released on August 10, 2011;[20] "True Blue" is a cover of Zone's 2003 single.

ClariS released their third single "Nexus" on September 14, 2011, and it debuted at No. 5 on Oricon's weekly singles chart.[21] Again composed by Kz, "Nexus" was used as the opening theme of the Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Portable ga Tsuzuku Wake ga Nai video game,[22] as well as the theme song for the ninth volume of the Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai light novels; ClariS make a cameo appearance in the same volume.[23] The song "Don't Cry" on the "Nexus" single was used as the theme song for volume 0.5 of Shueisha's Aoharu magazine.[24] ClariS released their fourth single "Naisho no Hanashi" (ナイショの話?, "Secret Conversation") on February 1, 2012, and it debuted at No. 2 on Oricon's weekly singles chart.[25] "Naisho no Hanashi" was composed by Ryo of Supercell and is used as the ending theme of the 2012 anime TV series Nisemonogatari.[26]

2012–2014: High school and Alice's departure[edit]

Clara and Alice graduated from junior high school in March 2012.[27] ClariS released their debut studio album Birthday on April 11, 2012.[28] The album was released in three editions: a regular edition of just the CD,[29] a limited edition bundled with a DVD,[30] and another limited edition bundled with two Nendoroid Petit figures of ClariS based on the illustrations of Clara and Alice by Ume Aoki for "Connect", and a bonus CD with two Nendoroid theme songs.[31] Birthday was awarded a Gold Disc by the RIAJ in May 2012.[32] ClariS released their fifth single "Wake Up" on August 15, 2012;[33] the song is used as the opening theme to the 2012 anime television series Moyashimon Returns.[34] Their sixth single "Luminous" (ルミナス?) was released on October 10, 2012;[35] the song is used as the opening theme to the first two Puella Magi Madoka Magica anime films.[36] Their seventh single "Reunion", composed by Kz, was released on April 17, 2013; the song is used as the opening theme to the 2013 anime television series Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai., the series' second season.[37]

ClariS released their second studio album Second Story on June 26, 2013.[38] Their eighth single "Colorful" (カラフル?) was released on October 30, 2013; the song is used as the opening theme to the film Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion.[39][40] ClariS made their first live performance at Zepp Tokyo on January 5, 2014 where they performed "Reunion" at a sold-out event behind a curtain and only visible as silhouettes.[41][42] Their ninth single "Click", composed by Kz, was released on January 29, 2014; the song is used as the first opening theme to the 2014 anime television series Nisekoi.[43] Their tenth single "Step", again composed by Kz, was released on April 16, 2014; the song is used as the second opening theme to Nisekoi.[44] ClariS released their third studio album Party Time on June 4, 2014,[45] which was Alice's last contribution with ClariS.[41][46]

2014–present: Karen's debut[edit]

Following Alice's departure, Clara denied rumors that ClariS would disband.[47] On November 8, 2014, volume 19 of M-ON! Entertainment's LisAni! magazine was released with an attached CD containing the original song "Clear Sky" sung by ClariS, now composed of Clara and Karen,[48][49] who, like Clara, was still in high school at the time.[50] ClariS will release their 11th single "Border" on January 7, 2015; the song will be used as the ending theme to the 2014 anime series Tsukimonogatari.[51] ClariS will perform live at the LisAni! Live-5 concert on January 25, 2015 at the Nippon Budokan.[52]

Members[edit]

An official illustration of ClariS by Hiro Kanzaki depicting Clara (left) and Alice (right) for their single "Irony".

From their formation until 2014, ClariS consisted of two high school girls from Hokkaido known as Clara and Alice (both pseudonyms, done so to preserve their anonymity).[53][27] ClariS is a portmanteau of the singers' names and was picked as an homage to the character Clarisse from the anime film The Castle of Cagliostro.[54] As listed on their website, "ClariS" can also carry the meaning of "clear" and "bright" in Latin (though it is actually spelled "clarus").[55][56] Both Clara and Alice have been singing since they were in kindergarten, when they started taking lessons at the same music school where they met as classmates.[8] Clara can play the piano.[57]

In order to put a priority on their schoolwork, ClariS have not released photos of themselves to the public and employ illustrators to draw their likenesses.[6] When drawn, Clara is depicted wearing pink items, and Alice is shown wearing blue items.[58] Images of the crescent moon are used as a motif to represent Clara, and the sun is used to represent Alice, which comes from their personal preferences.[59] Clara is shown with slightly wavy hair and no bangs, while Alice is drawn with straight hair with bangs. To further preserve their anonymity, Clara and Alice have not told anyone they know (aside from their families) that they debuted as music artists.[9] Both admit that they are otaku, and have taken an interest in anime and anime music. Clara says that she keeps her otaku interests a secret from others at school, and Alice has called herself a Disney otaku.[60]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak Oricon
chart positions
Certifications
(sales thresholds)
2012 Birthday
  • Released: April 11, 2012
  • Label: SME (SECL-1111–1113, SECL-1114, SECL-1115–1116)
  • Format: CD, CD+DVD, CD+CD+Figures
2[28]
2013 Second Story
  • Released: June 26, 2013
  • Label: SME (SECL-1331–1333, SECL-1334–1335, SECL-1336)
  • Format: CD, CD+DVD
6[38]
2014 Party Time
  • Released: June 4, 2014
  • Label: SME (SECL-1507–1508, SECL-1511, SECL-1509–1510)
  • Format: CD, CD+DVD
2[45]

Singles[edit]

Year Song Peak Oricon
chart positions
Certifications Album
2010 "Drop / Kimi no Yume o Miyō" Non-album single
"Irony" 7[13]
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[61]
Birthday
2011 "Connect" 5[17]
  • RIAJ (digital): Platinum[62]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[19]
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[63]
"Nexus" 5[21]
2012 "Naisho no Hanashi" 2[25]
"Wake Up" 12[33] Second Story
"Luminous" 4[35]
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[64]
2013 "Reunion" 2[65]
"Colorful" 3[39]
  • RIAJ (digital): Gold[62]
Party Time
2014 "Click" 7[66]
"Step" 3[44]
"Clear Sky" Non-album single
2015 "Border" [67]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart.

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director
2010 "Irony"
2011 "Connect" Takumi Shiga[68]
"Nexus" Kazuaki Nakamura
2012 "Naisho no Hanashi"
"Wake Up" Junya Morita
"Luminous"
2013 "Reunion" Jungo
"With You"
"Colorful" Jungo
2014 "Click" Jungo[69]
"Step" Jungo
2015 "Border"

Other album appearances[edit]

Year Song Album Notes Ref.
2011 "Irony" Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Original Soundtrack TV-size version theme song to Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai anime series. [70]
"True Blue" Zone Tribute: Kimi ga Kureta Mono Tribute album for the band Zone. "True Blue" is a cover of Zone's 2003 single and the first opening theme of the 2003 Astro Boy anime series. [71]
"Irony" Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Complete Collection+ TV-size version theme song to Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai anime series. [72]
2012 "Wake Up" Moyashimon Returns Original Soundtrack TV-size version theme song to Moyashimon Returns anime series. [73]
2013 "Connect" Puella Magi Madoka Magica Music Collection A collection of music from the Puella Magi Madoka Magica anime series. [74]

Niconico cover songs[edit]

# Upload date[1] Song Original artist(s) Notes
01 October 10, 2009 "Step to You" 40meter-P Vocaloid songs originally sung by Hatsune Miku.
02 October 17, 2009 "Black Rock Shooter (2M Mix)" (ブラック★ロックシューター?) Supercell
03 November 3, 2009 "Scrap & Build" 40meter-P
04 November 14, 2009 "Watashi ga Kami o Kitta Riyū" (私が髪を切った理由?)
05 November 29, 2009 "Only My Railgun" fripSide TV anime A Certain Scientific Railgun first opening theme.
06 December 12, 2009 "Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari" (君の知らない物語?) Supercell TV anime Bakemonogatari ending theme.
07 December 26, 2009 "Amefuri" (アメフリ?) Koko Composed by Kz of Livetune.
08 December 31, 2009 "Lion" (ライオン?) May'n, Megumi Nakajima TV anime Macross Frontier second opening theme. A full cover version was uploaded on January 16, 2010.
09 February 6, 2010 "Finder" (ファインダー?) Kz of Livetune Vocaloid song originally sung by Hatsune Miku.
10 March 5, 2010 "Level 5 (Judgelight)" fripSide TV anime A Certain Scientific Railgun second opening theme.
11 April 3, 2010 "Polyrhythm" (ポリリズム?) Perfume Composed by Yasutaka Nakata.
12 May 8, 2010 "Don't Say 'Lazy'" Yōko Hikasa, Aki Toyosaki, Satomi Satō and Minako Kotobuki TV anime K-On! ending theme.
13 June 5, 2010 "Listen!!" Yōko Hikasa, Aki Toyosaki, Satomi Satō, Minako Kotobuki and Ayana Taketatsu TV anime K-On!! first ending theme.

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