Japanese Boy Band Kissing In Music Videos


Japanese Boy band MeseMoa Are Kissing Each Other In Music Videos

Japanese Boy band ‘MeseMoa’ Are Kissing Each Other In Music Videos

The members of the all-male Japanese pop group MeseMoa.

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MeseMoa kiss each other for close to four minutes in their new music video.

The video for their “Shadow Kiss” shows all nine singers locking lips over and over while dressing in religious garb in a candlelit church.

In total, the guys exchange 36 kisses – averaging about one kiss every six seconds.

The video’s been watched over 450,000 times in a week.

The group formed in 2012 doing cover versions of other J-Pop bands.

Furthermore later this month the group will release their first album Secret.

One of the members of the band was asked directly whether any or all the band members ”are gay?”

The response was ”I don’t know”

 

Japanese Boy band MeseMoa.

Watch the video below: Boy Band Kissing

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Our preteen emo fantasies have come true thanks to the Japanese boy band, MeseMoa.

Their latest music video for “Shadow Kiss” features each member of the group locking lips for a majority of the four-minute video.

They exchange 36 kisses while serving some Catholic altar boy realness.

Not unlike most boy bands, the MeseMoa guys have apparently been pretty elusive about their sexualities since they formed 5 years ago.

Although this video doesn’t confirm anything, it certainly doesn’t hide anything either. Your move, 5 Seconds of Summer.

MeseMoa is an indie boy group who originally got their start in 2012 under the name “Morning Musuemen”.

They covered songs by the Hello! Project supergroup Morning Musume.

“Secret” is the group’s first album released under their new name, it will be released on April 29th, 2017.

 

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