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Shonan no Kaze to release their first album in 4 years
It's been revealed that reggae band Shonan no Kaze will be releasing their 5th album (currently untitled) on March 6th.
This year, Shonan no Kaze will be celebrating their 10th anniversary. At this turning point, the band will deliver their first album in 4 years to their fans. The album will contain a total of 15 songs, including their already released songs, "Entenka", "Setsugekka", "Shirotsumekusa", and "Born to be WILD".
It will also come with an anniversary song featuring his good friend, singer MINMI. This anniversary song will be released digitally in early-February.
To coincide with the album's release, Shonan no Kaze will embark on a nationwide tour called 'Fudensetsu ~Oto no Ue no Kakutogi!! Choten Mezasu Chosensha 10-nenme no Title Match Mattero Adrian TOUR 2013~' in April. For this tour, the band is scheduled to hold a total of 21 shows in 16 locations.
Keep checking back for more details on Shonan no Kaze's upcoming album. In the meantime, take a look at the tour dates below!
<Fudensetsu ~Oto no Ue no Kakutogi!! Choten Mezasu Chosensha 10-nenme no Title Match Mattero Adrian TOUR 2013~>
Saturday, April 20th - Zepp Sapporo (Hokkaido)
Sunday, April 21st - Zepp Sapporo (Hokkaido)
Friday, April 26th - Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
Saturday, April 27th - Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
Thursday, May 2nd - Yoyogi National Gymnasium First Gymnasium (Tokyo)
Friday, May 3rd - Yoyogo National Gymnasium First Gymnasium (Tokyo)
Sunday, May 12th - Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan Dai Hall (Shizuoka)
Saturday, May 18th - Nippon Gaishi Hall (Aichi)
Friday, May 24th - Kochi Kenmin Bunka Hall Orange Hall (Kochi)
Saturday, May 25th - Alfa Abunagi Hall Dai Hall (Kagawa)
Sunday, June 2nd - Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall Dai-ichi Hall (Kagoshima)
Monday, June 3rd - Miyazaki Shimin Bunka Hall (Miyazaki)
Saturday, June 8th - Ishikawa Sangyo Tenjikan 4-gou Kan (Ishikawa)
Saturday, June 15th - Xebio Arena Sendai (Miyagi)
Sunday, June 16th - Xebio Arena Sendai (Miyagi)
Saturday, June 29th - Niigata Kenmin Kaikan (Niigata)
Saturday, July 6th - Hiroshima Green Arena (Hiroshima)
Friday, July 12th - Beisia Bunka Hall Dai Hall (Gunma)
Monday, July 15th - Tochigi-ken Sougou Bunka Center Main Hall (Tochigi)
Saturday, August 3rd - Fukuoka International Center (Fukuoka)
Sunday, August 4th - Fukuoka International Center (Fukuoka)
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