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Utada Hikaru's greatest hits album to drop on April 10 + tour schedule announced


Utada Hikaru's greatest hits album "SCIENCE FICTION" will drop on April 10. 

The album will feature a total of 26 songs including their latest song "Naniiro de mo Nai Hana," re-recordings of "Addicted To You," "traveling," and "Hikari" as well as 2024 mixes of their hits "Automatic," "First Love," "Flavor of Life" and more! The CD will also include a serial number which grants access to the advance application (April 9 12:00 am to April 30 11:59 pm JST) for the 'HIKARU UTADA SCIENCE FICTION TOUR 2024' ahead of its regular release. 

The tour is scheduled to kick off on July 13 and 14 at Marine Messe Fukuoka, and will run until September 1 at K Arena Yokohama. An app called 'Hikaru Utada Tour Official' has also launched. This is where everything related to tour tickets will take place, but it's currently unavailable for fans overseas. The tour website says coming soon, so stay tuned for more details! In the meantime, you can check out the full schedule as well as the track list for "SCIENCE FICTION" below. 



・Naniiro de mo Nai Hana
・New Song (Title TBA)
・Addicted To You (Re-Recording)
・traveling (Re-Recording)
・Hikari (Re-Recording)
・Automatic (2024 Mix)
・Beautiful World (2024 Mix)
・Can You Keep A Secret? (2024 Mix)
・COLORS (2024 Mix)
・First Love (2022 Mix)
・Flavor Of Life -Ballad Version- (2024 Mix)
・Goodbye Happiness (2024 Mix)
・Letters (2024 Mix)
・Prisoner Of Love (2024 Mix)
・SAKURA Drops (2024 Mix)
・Kimi ni Muchuu
・Gold ~Mata Au Hi Made~
・Nijikan Dake no Vacance featuring Sheena Ringo
・BAD Mode
・Hanataba wo Kimi ni
・One Last Kiss
・Somewhere Near Marseilles (Sci-Fi Edit) ※Bonus Track



Saturday, July 13 - Marine Messe Fukuoka (Fukuoka)
Sunday, July 14 - Marine Messe Fukuoka (Fukuoka)
Friday, July 19 - Aichi Sky Expo (Aichi)
Saturday, July 20 - Aichi Sky Expo (Aichi)
Wednesday, July 24 - Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)
Thursday, July 25 - Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)
Tuesday, July 30 - Sekisui Heim Super Arena (Miyagi)
Wednesday, July 31 - Sekisui Heim Super Arena (Miyagi)
Saturday, August 3 - Yoyogi National Gymnasium (Tokyo)
Sunday, August 4 - Yoyogi National Gymnasium (Tokyo)
Tuesday, August 27 - Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
Wednesday, August 28 - Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
Saturday, August 31 - K Arena Yokohama (Kanagawa)
Sunday, September 1 - K Arena Yokohama (Kanagawa)

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