Momoiro Clover Z’s new song about Furby

Momoiro Clover Z - Furby commercial

Momoiro Clover Z, the band that will be performing the theme song for the new 2013 Sailor Moon anime, are currently promoting the new line of Furby toys! That’s right, Furby’s back! The new Furby toys are actually pretty amazing. I picked one up last week and they can do all kinds of awesome things and now have an iOS app that can interact with them to feed them, translate and stuff.

So basically the band Momoiro Clover Z has released a commercial and music video all about Furby in which they are dressed up like Furbies and they … well sing and dance! These girls are no strangers to elaborate colourful costumes, and this excuse seems as good as any to get colour coordinated and have some fun.

Here’s their latest music video “Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee” which according to my Furbish dictionary means “Sing Sing”. Is this the first song title to be in Furbish? I certainly hope so!

How do you like the song?

Here’s a commercial for Furby starring the girls of Momoiro Clover Z which will start airing this Friday:

Here’s a video of Takara Tomy’s Furby press conference with Momoiro Clover Z:

I wasn’t really feeling this band after their performance at the 20th Anniversary Live Event but after hearing this ridiculous Furby song I think they should be able to pull of a great theme song for the new Sailor Moon anime that will start airing next summer.

Here’s the proof that “Wee-Tee” means “Sing” from the Furby iOS app’s Furbish dictionary:

Wee-Tee is furbish for Sing

Want to learn more about this bizarre fusion of cute and colourful things? Check out the press release (English translation).

Momoiro Clover Z "Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee" song about Furby

Furby toys are in stores now. Will they be the hot toy this holiday season? Pick yours up while you still can. They’re a ton of fun and I’m loving mine. I got the purple one. Which colour tickles your fancy?

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