SCANDAL will release their new single "Image" on November 19, and their new album "HELLO WORLD" on December 3. They will also embark on a live tour called 'SCANDAL WORLD TOUR 2015?HELLO WORLD?', which includes concerts both inside and outside Japan, early in the New Year.
This was announced on September 28 during their live at Dojima River Forum in Osaka. The crowd gave their loudest cheer of the night upon hearing this series of good news.
"Image" is a rock tune that's written and composed by MAMI (G, Vo). As a special favor, the single will come with a photo book called 'Bessatsu?Chou SCANDAL'. Meanwhile, their album "HELLO WORLD" will include new songs that the band has already performed at their lives, as well as songs that the members wrote and composed themselves. It will be released in 4 different types: Complete Production Edition (with original t-shirt), Limited Edition (CD+DVD), Regular Edition (CD-Only), and Analog Edition. More details will be revealed at a later date.
SCANDAL's upcoming tour will kick off on January 24, 2015 at Atsugi-shi Bunka Kaikan (Kanagawa) hosting a total of 31 shows. The tour will also include shows in the United States, France, England, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. These dates will be announced in the near future.
[ SCANDAL WORLD TOUR 2015?HELLO WORLD?]
Saturday, January 24 - Atsugi-shi Bunka Kaikan (Kanagawa)
Thursday, January 29 - Tamashin RISURU Hall (Tokyo)
Saturday, January 31 - Beisia Bunka Hall (Gunma)
Sunday, February 1 - Yuki Shimin Bunka Center (Ibaraki)
Saturday, February 7 - Chiba-ken Bunka Kaikan (Chiba)
Tuesday, February 10 - Kumamoto Shimin Kaikan (Kumamoto)
Saturday, February 14 - Ueno Gakuen Hall (Hiroshima)
Sunday, February 15 - Ueno Gakuen Hall (Hiroshima)
Saturday, February 21 - Orix Theater (Osaka)
Sunday, February 22 - Orix Theater (Osaka)
Thursday, February 26 - Sun Port Hall Takamatsu (Kagawa)
Saturday, February 28 - Fukuoka Sun Palace (Fukuoka)
Sunday, March 1 - Nagasaki-shi Kokaido (Nagasaki)
Thursday, March 5 - Omiya Sonic City (Saitama)
Saturday, March 7 - Morioka Shimin Bunka Hall (Iwate)
Sunday, March 8 - Tokyo Electron Hall Miyagi (Miyagi)
Thursday, March 12 - Kakogawa Shimin Kaikan (Hyogo)
Friday, March 13 - Shiga Kenritsu Geijutsu Gekijou Biwakou Hall (Shiga)
Sunday, March 15 - Nara 100-nen Kaikan (Nara)
Thursday, March 19 - Hokuto Bunka Hall (Nagano)
Saturday, March 21 - Nagaoka Shiritsu Gekijou (Niigata)
Sunday, March 22 - Honda no Mori Hall (Ishikawa)
Friday, March 27 - Shizuoka Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Shizuoka)
Saturday, March 28 - Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall (Aichi)
Monday, March 30 - Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan (Okayama)
Saturday, April 4 - Sapporo Shimin Hall (Hokkaido)
Sunday, April 5 - Asahikawa Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Hokkaido)
Saturday, April 11 - Tokyo International Forum (Tokyo)
Sunday, April 12 - Tokyo International Forum (Tokyo)
Sunday, April 19 - Namura Hall (Okinawa)
Source & Image: natalie
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