More to Go on Hiatus

news - 12.02.2019 03:12
source: OHP
Visual kei band More have announced that they will be taking a break from live activities starting this month.

In a message on their official website, the band revealed that they are planning to take some time to regroup and recharge before their 5th anniversary show, which will be held at Ikebukuro EDGE on June 21st, 2020. The hiatus will begin following their performance at umbrella frontman Yui's birthday event on February 17th. However, they promised that they will be working on new music and various other things during the break to ensure that their anniversary celebrations are the best they can be.

Vocalist Loki stated on Twitter that the members came to this decision because they are still working on restructuring the band since their July 2018 car accident, which left their support pianist Yamamitsu unable to perform for several months and derailed much of their momentum that year. He explained that this is not a sad announcement, but rather a fixed time that they need to focus on their next step. He promised that they will come back as an even better band in 2020.

However, the band also announced some good news for fans overseas. Their February 2018 collaboration mini-album with umbrella, Yureru kasa, mawaru haguruma, which was originally live-limited, has now been made available digitally worldwide.

You can find it on iTunes and Apple Music or listen to it using the Spotify player below.

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