Tide Goes Out

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Tide Goes Out
Artist Marie
Vocals Mari Kikuma
Marie (in-game)
Game Splatoon
Splatoon 2
Splatoon 3
Heard in
Marie amiibo
Heard in
Splatoon 2
Squid Beatz 2 (unlocked through Marie amiibo)
Heard in
Splatoon 3
Album Splatoon Live in Makuhari -Shiokalive-
Track list no. 25 (Splatoon Live in Makuhari -Shiokalive-)
15 (Live, Splatoon Live in Makuhari -Shiokalive-)
42 (Squid Beatz 2)
Genre Pop
BPM 156
Key signature A minor
Length 2:20
Audio file
For the Octo Canyon mission with this subtitle, see Bomb Rush Blush (mission).

Tide Goes Out is a song performed by Marie.


Tide Goes Out is a slow, serene song, mirroring Marie's laid-back and relaxed personality. The song was first revealed on 29 April 2016 during the second live Squid Sisters performance at Cho-Ongakusai 2016, alongside Callie's solo song, Bomb Rush Blush. The following day, it was revealed that the new songs would be unlockable with the newly-revealed Squid Sisters amiibo figures.[1], which were released on 8 July 2016. Scanning them in Splatoon allows the player to watch performances of Squid Sisters songs as if they were in a Splatfest, and Tide Goes Out is exclusive to the Marie amiibo. During the performance, Callie simply sits down, while Marie performs her song solo.

In Splatoon 2, Tide Goes Out can be unlocked in Squid Beatz 2 as the final reward from the Marie amiibo. It has a maximum score of 85 and 175 in Normal and Hard modes, respectively. In Splatoon 3, Tide Goes Out can be played in the jukebox if the player has downloaded the Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass.


The booklet included with Splatoon Live in Makuhari -Shiokalive- gives the official lyrics for Tide Goes Out. The lyrics are nonsensical; the Japanese hiragana simply gives the pronunciation.

Tide Goes Out Lyrics (Japanese version)

もらにふぇ てゆるに めりけらにんしゅ
らってぃんしゃ うゆるに
(らにてゅられ てゅられ) めれめれぬ

らってぃぬ てゅりるとぅゆ
きれりとぅら きりきりに
めらんけらしぇ ゆうぇにるうぇにるね

わのゆらりしゅえる てぃれてぃれぬ なりぬしゅ
わのゆらりしゅるる みれみれぬ ふりむくゆ
られてゅられ てゅって みえるに うねらとぅね
めできゅえら きゅえら けらるにふぇ

Tide Goes Out Lyrics (Romanized from Japanese version)

Moranife teyuruni merikeraninshu
Rattinsha uyuruni
(Ranityurare tyurare) Meremerenu

Rattinu tyurirutuyu
Kireritura kirikirini
Merankerashe yuweniruwenirune

Wanoyurarishueru tiretirenu narinushu
Wanoyurarishururu miremirenu furimukuyu
Raretyurare tyutte mieruni uneratune
Medekyuera kyuera kerarunife

Music video

Music videos for both Tide Goes Out and Bomb Rush Blush were released on 20 July 2016, in anticipation for the Callie vs. Marie Splatfest. The Tide Goes Out video features Marie dancing in various stages during the night time Splatfest theme. The dance is the same one from the Marie amiibo performance.

Remixes and covers

Tidal Rush

See also: Tidal Rush

The song Tidal Rush by DJ Octavio, featuring Callie vs. Marie, is an extensive remix of both Tide Goes Out and DJ Octavio's Bomb Rush Blush remix. It is used during phase three of the final battle of Splatoon 2, which is named after Tide Goes Out.

Low Tide

See also: Low Tide

The song Low Tide, the theme that plays when the player talks to Marie for the first time in Octo Canyon, is a slower remix of Tide Goes Out using similar instrumentation to Cap'n Cuttlefish's Theme.

Samples and interpolations

Fresh Start

Main article: Fresh Start

There is a short motif of Marie singing Tide Goes Out in Fresh Start.


The logo seen on the Squid Sisters' trucks when Marie performs Tide Goes Out.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese スミソアエの夜
Sumisoae no Yoru
Night Dressed with Vinegared Miso
South Korea Korean 스미소아에의 밤
seumisoae-ui bam
Night Dressed with Vinegared Miso