STEVEN TYLER's 'Love Lives' Premieres On Japanese Radio (Audio)

"Love Lives"AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler's theme song to the live-action movie "Space Battleship Yamato" — premiered earlier today (Friday, October 1) on Takuya Kimura's radio show in Japan and can now be heard in the YouTube clip below. The track is being billed as Tyler's first solo project.

Tyler wrote the song for "Yamato" after studying a translated script and the video materials for the movie's final scene. The ballad expresses the concept of wanting to protect a loved one.

The single will go on sale in Japan on November 24.

"Love Lives" single track listing:

01. Love Lives
02. Love Lives (acoustic version)
03. Love Lives (piano version)
04. Love Lives (instrumental)

"Yamato", which stars Takuya Kimura and Meisa Kuroki, opens in Japan on December 1.

"Love Lives" audio stream (radio-broadcast quality):


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