Ash Berry is about to release their new (and first) digital single, titled “Tears Knife”, which will be available through download and streaming services starting November 8, 2022!
Next to a digital release there will also be a physical release of the single, but this version will only be available at the special live show held at 吉祥寺SHUFFLE (Kichioji SHUFFLE) on the same day.
11/08 – Available for download and streaming
11/08 – Available for purchase at the live show in 吉祥寺SHUFFLE (Kichioji SHUFFLE)
|01. Tears Knife|
|01. Tears Knife
01. Tears Knife (Music Video)
02. Tears Knife (LIVE映像)
Artist: Ash Berry
Release: Tears Knife (digital single)
Release date: November 8, 2022
CD number: N/A
Kensaku Kishida Birthday Oneman Live
The new single is combined with a live show for vocalist Kensaku’s birthday.
This live show will be held at 吉祥寺SHUFFLE (Kichioji SHUFFLE) on November 8 as well, but the live show will also be streamed through TwitCasting for everyone who can’t physically go to the show.
The show is set to start at 20:00 JST (that is 13:00 CET in Europe and 07:00 EST in the US) and will be archived on TwitCasting for later viewing (this usually lasts 7~10 days) as well.
Advance tickets and livestream tickets are priced at ¥3,500 / €24,71 / $24,04, and are available through TIGET and Kensaku’s TwitCasting pages, or for ¥3,800 at the door on the day of the live.
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雪 (Yuki) is the owner and driving force behind Arlequin Magazine & Photography.
She started in 2009 as a photographer with Arlequin Photography, but due to a growing interest in journalism, translation and behind-the-scenes work in general the project burst out of it's seams in 2021 and expanded through the addition of Arlequin Magazine.
雪 (Yuki) is a native Dutch speaker and maintains both the English and Dutch sections of both Magazine and Photography with original content, translations and photography as well as all the behind-the-scenes work for both websites.
She speaks Dutch, English, Japanese and German.