Korean band CNBLUE has announced new Japanese single “Blind Love” – their first of 2013. The single is CNBLUE’s 5th original Japanese single and comes on three editions including a Limited with DVD containing footage from their Christmas 2012 concert MUSIC FOR ALL, ALL FOR ONE held at Yoyogi National Gymnasium. Single “Blind Love” is scheduled for release on April 24th 2013 – read on for more details…
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CNBLUE most recently released their 4th Japanese single “Robot” on December 19th 2013. Confirming their popularity in Japan, fans pushed single to #2 on the Oricon weekly charts. In Korea CNBLUE released their 4th mini-album “Re:BLUE” in January 2013 (lead track “I’m Sorry” music video below).
New Japanese single “Blind Love” comes on three editions,
– Limited A with DVD that includes music video and making of footage for the title track plus concert footage and 7 song performances from the MUSIC FOR ALL, ALL FOR ONE held at Yoyogi National Gymnasium December 24th 2012. Application card A
– Limited B with DVD that includes concert footage and 6 song performances from Robot Release Live held at TFT Hall on December 23rd 2012. Application card B
– Regular CD-only. First Press version bonus (planned) and application card C.
Fans purchasing the Limited A & B and First Press Regular editions (all 3) can submit the three application cards for two awards (planned):
– 500 people (lottery) invited to special release event somewhere in Tokyo April 27th 2013.
– Special CNBLUE reel cord keychain (shipping in Japan only).
Full track list, cover jackets, and possible bonuses will be announced so come back to Comtrya Sugoi for updates.
Enjoy the full music video for “I’m Sorry” off of CNBLUE’s 4th Korean mini-album “Re:BLUE” below the release details.