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Sunnyday is the fifteenth single released by the Japanese hip-hop group Lead. It was their second single of 2008, their previous single, Stand Up!, was released in February. The single failed to break the top 20 on Oricon, charting at #34 and only remaining on the charts for two weeks.
"Sunnyday" was used as the theme song to the second season of the anime series Blue Dragon.
Sunnyday is the fifteenth domestic single released by the Japanese hip-hop group known as Lead. It was released on July 30, 2008, five months after their prior single Stand Up!, which was released in February. The single charted low on the Oricon Singles Charts at #34, failing to break the top 20. It was also their only single released for their compilation album Lead Tracks ~listener's choice~, which was an album composed of songs chosen by fans throughout East Asia.
The single was only released as a standard CD, which held "Sunnyday", the edited version of the track and an instrumental. The music video for "Sunnyday", while aired for syndication upon the single's release, was not available to purchase until the release of their third compilation DVD Movies 3 (stylized as MOVIES3), which became available a week later in August.
"Sunnyday" was written and composed by musical composer Seiji Motoyama, who had previously, and would continue to, worked with the group. While Seiji composed the piece, the members of Lead - Hiroki, Shinya, Kieta and Akira - wrote the lyrics, with Shinya writing the rap portion.
On February 27, 2012, Lead's official YouTube uploaded the music video.
"Sunnyday" was used as the opening theme to the second season of the anime series Blue Dragon: Blue Dragon ~Tenkai no Shichiryuu~ (天界の七竜 / Seven Dragons of Heaven).