‘Call of the Night’ Vampire Anime Streaming To HiDive

‘Call of the Night’ is an urban fantasy romantic comedy manga written and illustrated by Kotoyama. It is published by Japanese publisher Shogakukan through their Shōnen Sunday Comics imprint. The show was picked up by Tokyo-based animation studio Liden Films for an anime adaption that is scheduled for a July 2022 release.
As previously reported by D-Rezzed, Sentai Filmworks had picked up the rights to license the series in North America with HiDive planning to stream this summer.
“Who needs sleep when there’s anime to watch? Especially when you can watch Call of the Night (Yofukashi no Uta) on HIDIVE every Thursday starting July 7, 2022,” HiDive said on their website.
You can check out the trailer below:

The ‘Call of the Night’ fan wiki describes the plot as follows,
“Kou Yamori seems like a typical middle school student on the surface. Relatively good at studies and amiable with his classmates, he puts a lot of effort into maintaining this facade. One day, however, he decides to stop pretending and quits school, developing insomnia as a result of having no daytime outlet for his energy. When taking walks alone at night, he feels marginally better, though he is aware that his inability to sleep should be considered a serious problem.
On one such walk, Kou meets a weird girl, Nazuna Nanakusa, who diagnoses the cause of his sleeplessness: despite making changes in his life, he is still holding himself back from experiencing true freedom. She says that he won’t be able to sleep unless he is satisfied with how he spends his waking hours. When it appears that she has resolved his current worries, Nazuna invites him back to her apartment to share her futon. After a while, unaware that he is only feigning unconsciousness, she leans over him—and bites his neck!”
The manga has been released in the United States through Viz Media.

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