Persona series composer Shoji Meguro made an appearance on this month’s edition of the regular Sega Raw live stream earlier today, where he discussed the reception and music of Persona 5.
His comments have been translated via @MysticDistance.
Live Concert Tease
During the episode, Meguro said that he will be present at at the previously announced large-scale Persona live concert on August 2, 2017, and that people should look forward to announcements at that time.
Meguro also had the following to say during the stream:
- He is happy to see the positive reception to Persona 5 overseas, and he is glad that more people are enjoying his music.
- The awareness of fans overseas is discussed, and how they pay attention to some of it through things like YouTube Live comments.
- Comments about the creation of Persona 5‘s music which he had made in the past, such as the primary inspiration being acid jazz.
That being said our live performances will continue to evolve even more from here on out, I’ve got a few ideas up my sleeve for future events. Eventually we will have a chance to reveal some of our new songs, I hope then we will be able to give a show that will really make everyone think that “They’ve topped themselves again!
The upcoming event is described as the first major live event since PSL 2015 in February 2015.
“SEGA Raw” is a Sega Games produced monthly talk variety show similar to Atlus’ Persona Stalker Club, where upcoming Sega related projects are discussed and featured. The live show is hosted by the director of the Yakuza series Toshihiro Nagoshi, with TV personality and fashion model Ayana Tsubaki.