Flow Flow gets busy this 2013 with an album, a single and a nationwide tour

It will be a busy year for Flow, the J-rock band known for performing theme songs for popular anime titles (including Naruto, Code Geass and Eureka Seven), as they launch an album and a single this coming March. Aside from the new releases, their nationwide tour will commence in April.

The details of the album and single haven’t been revealed entirely, but the exact dates of both releases were already announced. The double A-side single is slated for a March 20 release. It includes a new track plus Flow’s rendition of CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA (the theme song for the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods movie).

On the other hand, Flow’s 8th album, FLOW THE MAX!!!, will launch on the 27th on the same month.

FLOW LIVE TOUR 2013: Tour THE MAX!!! is a two-part nationwide tour: LAST MAX!!! and MAX!!! no Mukou Gawa. Tickets for the first part of the tour can be reserved through the band’s official website starting January 24.

The nationwide tour has 48 shows all in all. Below are the tour dates and venues:

FLOW LIVE TOUR 2013: Tour THE MAX!!! ~LAST MAX!!!~

  • Chiba: April 12 at Chiba LOOK
  • Gunma: April 20 at Takasaki club FLEEZ
  • Kanagawa: April 21 at F.A.D YOKOHAMA
  • Ibaraki: April 26 at Mito Lighthouse
  • Hokkaido: April 29 at Sapporo cube garden
  • Aomori: May 1 at Aomori Quarter
  • Iwate: May 3 at Morioka Club ChangeWAVE
  • Yamagata: May 4 at Yamagata Showa SESSION
  • Tochigi: May 6 at HEAVEN’S ROCK Utsunomiya VJ-2
  • Osaka: May 11 at Shinsaibashi BIG CAT
  • Aichi: May 12 at Nagoya Electric Lady Land
  • Saitama: May 18 at HEAVEN’S ROCK Saitama Shintoshi VJ-3
  • Yamanashi: May 19 at Kofu KAZOO HALL
  • Toyama: May 25 at Toyama MAIRO
  • Nagano: May 26 at Nagano Live House J
  • Kyoto: May 28 at Kyoto MUSE
  • Okayama: May 30 at Okayama IMAGE
  • Fukuoka: June 1 at Fukuoka DRUM Be-1
  • Miyazaki: June 2 at Miyazaki SR-BOX
  • Oita: June 4 at Oita DRUM Be-0
  • Ehime: June 6 at Matsuyama Salon Kitty
  • Tokushima: June 8th at Tokushima club GRINDHOUSE
  • Hyogo: June 9 at Kobe VARIT
  • Mie: June 11 at Matsuzaka M’AXA
  • Okinawa: June 22 at Ginowan HUMAN STAGE
  • Tokyo: July 2 at LIQUIDROOM ebisu

 

FLOW LIVE TOUR: 2013 Tour THE MAX!!! ~MAX!!! no Mukou Gawa

  • Miyagi: July 5 at Sendai CLUB JUNK BOX
  • Akita: July 7 at Akita LIVE SPOT 2000
  • Fukushima: July 9 at Koriyama CLUB♯9
  • Niigata: July 10 at Niigata GOLDEN PIGS RED STAGE
  • Ishikawa: July 12 at Kanazawa vanvan V4
  • Gifu: July 13 at Gifu Club-G
  • Wakayama: July 15 at Wakayama GATE
  • Tottori: July 17 at Yonego AZTiC laughs
  • Shimane: July 18 at Matsue AZTiC canova
  • Kochi: July 20 at Kochi X-pt.
  • Kagawa: July 21 at Takamatsu DIME
  • Yamaguchi: July 23 at Shunan TIKI-TA
  • Nagasaki: July 25 at Nagasaki DRUM Be-7
  • Kumamoto: July 27 at Kumamoto DRUM Be-9 V2
  • Kagoshima: July 28 at Kagoshima SR HALL
  • Saga: July 30 at Saga GEILS
  • Hiroshima: August 1 at Hiroshima Namiki Junction
  • Nara: August 3 at Nara Neverland
  • Shiga: August 4 at Shiga U-STONE
  • Fukui: August 6 at Fukui CHOP
  • Shizuoka: August 7 at Live House Hamamatsu Madowaku
  • Chiba: September 7 at Maihama Amphitheater

[UPDATE] Here’s a preview of Flow’s version of CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA aired by Tokyo FM.

Source: tokyohive and Crunchyroll