The physical edition of the band’s first major label full-length work will also feature a DVD of live performances.
Indie and alt-rock trio Hitsujibungaku have released their second studio album Powers.
The sequel to the group’s 2018 full-length debut Wakamono-tachi he [To the Young People], Powers follows a string of EP releases and the recent single “Ginga Tetsudō no Yoru” [Night on the Galactic Railroad], a cover of pop-punk group Going Steady and theme song for a mobile AR game.
Although Powers is the trio’s second studio full-length, it is their major label debut – released on F.C.L.S., a subdivision of Sony Music Japan.
Its twelve tracks include fan-favourite “1999”, the trio’s 2018 breakout single, and singles "Sabaku no Kimihe" [To Desert You] and "Girls".
The album’s physical release includes a DVD of live performances, including footage of the band’s online tour in August.
Watch the official trailer for Powers, shot by Kenta Suzuki:
Sabaku no kimi he [To the Desert]
Aimaide ī Yo [Vague is OK]