Watch the teaser for Milet 's new song TellMe
J-pop artist milet's new song, 'Tell me,' was surprise-premiered during the latest broadcast of the anime series 'Fate/Grand Order - Absolute Demonic Battlefront: Babylonia.'J-pop artist milet 's new song, "Tell me," was surprise-premiered during the latest broadcast of the anime series Fate/Grand Order - Absolute Demonic Battlefront: Babylonia late Saturday night (Feb. 8). The singer-songwriter is set to release her fifth EP, Prover/Tell me , on Wednesday (Feb. 19). "Prover" is the ending theme song for the currently airing season 2 of the popular series, and her latest number was featured as the special theme of episode 16. milet also shared a teaser of the "Tell me" music video on her official YouTube channel. The visuals highlight the young artist clad in a flowing blue robe, singing emotionally in the spotlight in a shadowy hall backed by massive stained-glass window panes. Watch below: Read more: billboard
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