The official website for the forthcoming original TV anime series Healer Girl has announced its premiere date of spring 2022 and has posted an OP movie featuring the OP theme song "Feel You, Heal You" sung by the four-member voice actresses/singer unit Healer Girls (The anime's title doesn't have the plural -s, but the unit's name does, so don't get confused). The unit also sings the anime's ED theme.
The unit was formed by Karin Isobe, Akane Kumada, Marina Horiuchi, and Chihaya Yoshitake in March 2021 as a result of their activities in BS11's anime music program "Anison Days," which airs every Friday night in Japan. Since then, they have performed covers of various anime songs featuring their beautiful chorus.
The concept of the anime inspired by them is described as "A musical healing animation with a new feeling that depicts the world of 'healers' who use songs to heal people." Yasuhiro Irie (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood) is attached to direct, alongside character designer Yukie Akiya (Princess Principal) and series composition writer Noboru Kimura (Skate-Leading Stars), at Studio 3Hz (Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online).
Unit "Healer Girls" artist photo:
Healer Girls members:
- Karin Isobe (Mio Natsume in Just Because!)
- Akane Kumada (Izumi Shibusawa in Chidori RSC)
- Marina Horiuchi (Kaoru Nekoda in Kutsudaru)
- Chihaya Yoshitake (Star☆Twinkle PreCure ED theme songs)
©Healer Girl Project