Golden Bomber will release a new single titled “Mizushoubai wo Yamete Kurenai ka” on April 27.

The single will be available for purchase in two types: CD+”Something” and CD-Only. For their last single “Shinda Tsuma ni Niteiru“, the CD came with a fragrance card, so fans can look forward to what this “something” will be.

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Starting June 17, Golden Bomber will set out on their nationwide tour. They are also planning on holding an event tour for their fan club members starting late-July.


[Golden Bomber Nationwide tour 2016-2017]

Friday, June 17 – Ichihara-shi Shimin Kaikan (Chiba)
Monday, June 20 – Himegin Hall (Ehime)
Wednesday, June 22 – Kochi Kenritsu Kenmin Bunka Hall (Kochi)
Sunday, June 26 – Akita Kenmin Kaikan (Akita)
Tuesday, June 28 – Koriyama Shimin Bunka Center (Fukushima)
Friday, July 1 – Kurashiki Shimin Kaikan (Okayama)
Sunday, July 3 – Yonago Convention Center BiG SHiP (Tottori)
Friday, July 8 – Honda no Mori Hall (Ishikawa)
Tuesday, July 12 – Colany Bunka Hall (Yamanashi)
Thursday, July 14 – Rome Theater Kyoto (Kyoto)
Saturday, July 16 – Kissei Bunka Hall (Nagano)
Monday, July 18 – Niigaka Kenmin Kaikan (Niigata)
Thursday, July 21 – Sendai Sun Plaza Hall (Miyagi)
Saturday, July 23 – Aomori-shi Bunka Kaikan (Aomori)
Tuesday, July 26 – Kushiro Shimin Bunka Kaikan (Hokkaido)
Thursday, July 28 – Asahikawa Shimin Buunka Kaikan (Hokkaido)
Sunday, October 30 – Okinawa Convention Center (Okinawa)
Monday, October 31 – Okinawa Convention Center (Okinawa)
Thursday, November 3 – Kagoshima Shimin Bunka Hall (Kagoshima)
Friday, November 4 – Shimin Kaikan Sojo Daigaku Hall (Kumamoto)
Sunday, November 6 – iichiko Gran Theater (Oita)
Tuesday, November 8 – Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen HBG Hall (Hiroshima)
Saturday, November 12 – Ecopa Arena (Shizuoka)
Wednesday, November 23 – Nippon Gaishi Hall (Aichi)
Tuesday, November 29 – World Memorial Hall (Hyogo)
Wednesday, November 30 – World Memorial Hall (Hyogo)
Monday, December 5 – Yokohama Arena (Kanagawa)
Tuesday, December 6- Yokohama Arena (Kanagawa)
Sunday, December 25 – Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center (Hokkaido)
Saturday, January 7 – Fukuoka Convention Center (Fukuoka)
Sunday, January 8 – Fukuoka Convention Center (Fukuoka)
Tuesday, January 17 – Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
Wednesday, January 18 – Osaka-jo Hall (Osaka)
Saturday, February 4 – Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)
Sunday, February 5 – Saitama Super Arena (Saitama)


Source & Image: natalie and Tokyohive


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