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Chatmonchy announces 4th album and nationwide tour

December 19, 2010 @ 7:44 pm
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Female rock trio Chatmonchy has announced that they will be releasing their fourth original album, as of now untitled, on March 23rd, and will also be kicking off a nationwide tour in April.

The news was announced on December 18th at their Tokyo Nakano Sun Plaza solo live event, "Santa ga Nakano ni Kissu wo Shita." During the MC segment, the live bassist Fukuoka Akiko announced, "Today we have the greatest Christmas present!" Drummer Takahashi Kumiko then commented, "We will be releasing a full album on March 23rd!" and vocalist Hashimoto Eriko finished off the announcement by adding, "and we will be doing a nationwide tour starting in April!" At this news the audience cheered loudly.

Chatmonchy's last full album release was "Confessions" in March of 2009, which makes this the first full album from the band in two years. This will also be the first time that the band self produces their own release. There are 11 tracks confirmed for the album and Chatmonchy promises that it will be their most cheerful release yet.

Shortly after the album drops, the group will start their nationwide tour of 29 performances; the longest the band has ever attempted. They will kick off the tour at the Kyoto TakuTaku on April 14th and will stay on the road until they close at the Okinawa Sakuraban Central Kouen on June 26th.

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Chatmonchy Nationwide Tour:

April 14th - Kyoto - Kyoto TakuTaku
OPEN 18:30 / START 19:00

April 21st - Kanagawa - Kanagawa Prefectural Hall
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

April 27th - Saitama - Sonic City Hall
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

May 1st - Wakayama - Wakayama City Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 2nd - Hyogo - Kokusai Hall
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

May 4th - Mie - Mie Cultural Center Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 5th - Gifu - International Center
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 7th - Toyama - Toyama Prefectural Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 8th - Fukui - Fukui Cultural Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 11th - Nagaoka - Nagaoka City Theater
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

May 13th - Miyagi - Zepp Sendai
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

May 15th - Hokkaido - Zepp Sapporo
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 17th - Iwate - Iwate Kaikan
OPEN 17:30 / START 18:30

May 18th - Yamagata - Yamagata City Center
OPEN 17:30 / START 18:30

May 21st - Yamaguchi - Sutaapia Kudamatsu Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 22nd - Hiroshima - Hiroshima ALSOK Hall
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 24th - Shimane - Shimane Prefectural Hall
OPEN 17:30 / START 18:30

May 26th - Ehime - Matsuyama Community Center Camilla Hall
OPEN 17:30 / START 18:30

May 28th - Tokushima - Tokushima Cultural Center
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

May 30th - Kagawa - Sunport Hall
OPEN 17:30 / START 18:30

June 9th - Miyazaki - Miyazaki WEATHER KING
OPEN 18:00 / START 18:30

June 11th - Fukuoka - Zepp Fukuoka
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

June 12th - Nagasaki - Nagasaki Prefecture Cultural Hall
OPEN 16:30 / START 17:30

June 16th - Aichi - Zepp Nagoya
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

June 18th - Osaka - Zepp Osaka
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

June 19th - Osaka - Zepp Osaka
OPEN 16:00 / START 17:00

June 22nd - Tokyo - Nakano Sun Plaza
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

June 23rd - Tokyo - Nakano Sun Plaza
OPEN 18:00 / START 19:00

June 26th - Okinawa - Sakuraban Central
OPEN 17:00 / START 18:00

Source & photo : natalie

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