New Music From X JAPAN Singer Available From HearJapan
HearJapan has announced that X JAPAN singer ToshI has just added two brand new singles to the catalog.
"Hoshizora no Neptune" (link) and "Haru no Negai" (link) both prominently feature ToshI's legendary vocal style set along-side elegant and moving piano melodies and string arrangements. These songs of separation, miraculous encounters and beauty could be considered metaphorically about the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Their power and majesty work to heal all wounds.
Both "Hoshizora no Neptune" and "Haru no Negai" will be available to download the second they go on sale in Japan. Hardcore fans overseas won't have to feel left out of this monumental communal experience! Make sure to pre-order now and set your alarm so you can be the first to own these incredible new ToshI singles as soon as they go live! Also, don't forget that along with ToshI's healing voice, 5 percent of ALL HearJapan sales go toward the continuing relief efforts in Japan.
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