Saban's 'Glitter Force' Teams with Girl Group

Saban Brands has tapped the Pan-Asian, female pop group Blush to lend its voice to the upcoming new Netflix original kids series "Glitter Force."

April 6, 2018

Saban's 'Glitter Force' Teams with Girl Group

Pop group Blush performs theme music and additional tracks for new series.


Blush, which is also the only Pan-Asian music group ever to have their first two singles hit No. 1 (“Dance On”) and No. 3 (“Undivided” feat. Snoop Dogg) on a major U.S.


chart, has recorded the "Glitter Force" theme song and performed additional tracks to be featured in music videos throughout the series.

The 20-episode first season of "Glitter Force" is set to premiere on Netflix worldwide (excluding Asia), Dec. 18.

"Glitter Force" is an adapted version of Toei Animation’s Japanese anime television series "Pretty Cure" (or "PreCure"). The series follows five preteen girls who learn that they are a legendary superhero squad that must defend Earth from evil fairytale villains.

"Glitter Force" music sung by Blush will also be digitally released via iTunes and Amazon in 2016.

“The members of Blush are much like the 'Glitter Force' squad, a real-life

group of extremely talented women, which makes them a perfect fit for this show,” says Janet Hsu, chief executive officer, Saban Brands. “The songs they’ve recorded bring a very special energy to 'Glitter Force,' and we know fans are going to love singing and dancing along as they watch the adventures unfold in this first season.”

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