#47 onward

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The correct title of this article is #47 onward. The substitution of the # symbol with the "fullwidth" # symbol is due to technical restrictions.
For the stage clear jingle, see Hero Mode - Onward!.
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#47 onward
S2 Band Dedf1sh.jpg
Artist Dedf1sh feat. Off the Hook
Vocals Rina Itou
Alice Peralta
Pearl (in-game)
Marina (in-game)
Game Splatoon 3 (Side Order only)
Heard in
Splatoon 3
End credits after clearing 30F in Side Order for the first time
Jukebox
Genre Electronic
BPM 155
Key signature G# minor/B major
Length 4:40
Audio file

#47 onward is a song by Dedf1sh, performed by Off the Hook. It is played during the end credits of Splatoon 3: Side Order.

Description

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#47 onward is an electronic pop track featuring vocals by Pearl and Marina.[1] The instrumental is mostly electronic, but includes a high string arrangement in different parts of the song that grows more elaborate as the track progresses. Just over three minutes in, the song modulates up a half step to A minor/C major, with Marina reprising her pre-chorus melody over an octave up during the climax.

Samples and interpolations

#12.2 awakened

Fragments of the hook from #47 onward can be heard in #12.2 awakened, which plays when Agent 8 and Pearl first meet Acht in the elevator of the Spire of Order.

Trivia

  • This is the only end credits song in the Splatoon series to be credited to a non-idol musician, namely Dedf1sh.

Etymology

Onward refers to moving forward, as the player has cleared a run in Side Order and will be moving forward to the next. It could also be a meta reference to the Onward! jingle and catchphrase from Octo Valley, which is used as a motif for the Octarians throughout the series and is especially present in the soundtrack of Side Order.

Names in other languages

The name of the song is the same as English in all languages except for Japanese.

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese #47 slumber

References