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KARA to Perform New Song "Electric Boy" at 'SIGMA FES in Okinawa 2012' Festival

By Staff Writer | September 26, 2012 04:55 PM EDT

KARA to Perform New Song "Electric Boy" at 'SIGMA FES in Okinawa 2012' Festival
KARA to Perform New Song "Electric Boy" at 'SIGMA FES in Okinawa 2012' Festival (Photo : d)

KARA released their new song in Japan.

KARA's new song that is supposed to release on October 17, will be performed on stage for the first time on October 8 at the 'SIGMA FES in OKINAWA 2012' festival.

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"Electric Boy" features a disco tune that will show a different and new side to KARA.

This festival will also feature famous artists from Japan as well.

 

Tagged :  KARA, Electric Boy, Okiwana 2012

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