Your Mori

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Your Mori
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Extended Play by Mori Calliope
Release dateApril 4, 2021
Productionてにをは てにをは
LyricsMori Calliope • てにをは
MixingAO AO
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Your Mori is the Second Extended Play by English-speaking Virtual YouTuber Mori Calliope. It was released on April 4, 2021, by Cover Corporation. The extended play was produced by てにをは.

Track Listing[edit source]

All tracks are written by Mori Calliope, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Duration
1 "The Grim Reaper is a Live-Streamer" てにをは 3:12
2 "Red" てにをは 3:38
3 "Guh" てにをは 3:01
4 "いじめっ子Bully" Mori • てにをは てにをは 4:05
5 "Empress (Calliope ver.)" [Physical exclusive] てにをは 4:15

History[edit source]

2021[edit source]

  • Apr. 4 - Release date

2022[edit source]

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Videos[edit source]


[MV] The Grim Reaper is a Live-Streamer - Calliope Mori

[MV] Red - Calliope Mori

guh

[MV] いじめっ子 Bully- Calliope Mori


【LYRIC DIVE】Talking About the New Songs on My New EP! #holoMyth #hololiveEnglish

Trivia[edit source]

  • Mori's name (and the EP title) are taken from the Latin *Mori*, meaning mortality. The Latin word is most often heard in the context of *memento mori,* or "remember your mortality," a reminder about the impermanence of life and the inevitability of death.
  • (April 4, or "4/4," is the fictitious birthday of Mori Calliope's grim reaper persona, as in Japanese, "4" is sometimes pronounced "Shi," which means death. While some consider the number "4" to be unlucky due to this association, Calliope, being a grim reaper, runs in the opposite direction and whole-heartedly embraces the association with death.)
  • Calliope Mori is fond of ending her live streams by saying, "I'm your Mori, I hope you'll remember me," evoking the phrase *memento mori*. In this sign-off (and in the title of this EP), Mori encourages the listener not just to remember "your *Mori*" (mortality) and the inevitability of death (which is very on-brand for her grim reaper persona), but also to remember "Your Mori," the live streaming grim reaper.

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