"SOCiALiSM" is the 11th single released by the Japanese idol group BiS, and is their first single since the group's reformation in 2016. The song is notable for its nonsensical lyrics, which are written in Japanese but sung as to sound like English (for example: the chorus hook "感動一点咀嚼芸" or "kandou itten soshaku-gei", means "a single speck of passion, the art of chewing," but is sung as "Can you win the social game?").
Sound producer Matsukuma Kenta incorporated elements of hardcore punk and heavy metal into the track's arrangement, while it also uses a brass section, leading to a sound reminiscent of Japanese ska punk bands such as HEY-SMITH.
This song marks the debut of BiS members Momoland and Pan Lunaleafy, and is also the first to feature Kamiya Saki since the disband of the original group in 2014.
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