CNBLUE Holds Premiere Event in Japan for New Single 'Blind Love'
By Richard Lee | April 29, 2013 03:11 PM EDT
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In attendance were 500 fans who earned their seats via lottery picks to the high-demand private event.
During the premiere event, CNBLUE performed a series of songs. "Where You Are," their second single, "I'm Sorry," written and composed by Jung Yong Hwa, "In My Head," their debut song in Japan as well as "Blind Love" the new single were done live on stage.
Following the performance was a talk show that facilitated an open communication with the fans. CNBLUE shared numerous episodes in preparation for the new current album, some funny, others serious, and let their fans in on their mindset and perspective looking ahead to their album activities.
About their upcoming tour in July, CNBLUE stated, "Doing live performances like today takes us back to where it all started. Stages like this are made complete with us and you fans together so let us make it happen."
Their live tour will begin on July 24 in Hokkaido and continue to various cities in Japan such as Nagoya, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Osaka for a total of 10 performances.
CNBLUE is a Korean rock band that formed in 2009 under FNC Entertainment.
They are also known as 'acting idols' as all four members have played roles in dramas.
The group is also known for their self-composed and produced songs.
Their most recent album, Re:Blue, ranked number 1 on the Billboard World Album chart as well as the Japan Tower Records Chart.
They have started their first world tour and will continue all around Asia and is currently working on trying to perform in America and Europe as well.
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