Spitz Reveal New Single and Album Details

For the first time in 3 years, four member Japanese rock band Spitz will release a new single. Their 46th single “Utsukushii Hire”, which will be used as the theme song for Detective Conan Movie 26: Kurogane no Submarine, will officially be released on April 12th. “Inori wa Kitto” and “Akehono” will be included as coupling songs.

In addition to a new single, a new album has also been announced. “Himitsu Studio”, is set to be released on May 17, and come in five formats: a limited edition with a Blu-ray/DVD, a regular edition, digital distribution version, limited edition analog, and cassette tape. A total of 13 songs will be included, including “Daikoubutsu”, which served as the theme song for film “What Did You Eat Yesterday?” and TBS series “news23” ending theme “Murasaki no Yoru o Koete.”


“Utsukushii Hire” single cover

“Himitsu Studio” teaser image


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