Daisuke Namikawa 2nd single “Jump out loud” covers revealed

daisuke namikawa

The 37 year old Tokyo native will release his second single, the follow up to the mini-album “RING” that was released earlier this year. The newest single from Daisuke Namikawa is called “Jump out loud”. So far the tracklist is an unknown, we don’t have the details on how many tracks it’ll have but knowing how japanese singles are it’ll have 2 to 3 tracks.

Daisuke Namikawa is currently on tour with Tetsuya Kakihara, a fellow seiyuu from the Kiramune label, with two shows booked for 7th and 8th September, it’ll be his first live performance under his own name and not in the usual “Kiramune festival” context.

From Kiramune blog - The rehearsals for the tour
From Kiramune blog – The rehearsals for the tour

The single is scheduled to be released on 2013/10/09 and has two different editions.

Today the covers for both regular and limited editions were released.

regular edition
regular edition
Limited edition
Limited edition

The limited edition version will have the new single from Daisuke Namikawa including a DVD. *The DVD disc is encoded for region 2 (Japan, Europe, and Middle East), and no subtitles are included.

First Press Detail a message/comment card (subject to change)
External Bonus CDJapan exclusive KG-size portrait
The regular edition will have the new single from Daisuke Namikawa and:

First Press Detail a message/comment card (subject to change)
External Bonus CDJapan exclusive KG-size portrait
Both versions of the single will have those bonus limited to existing stock, the regular version will have the bonus for more 26 albums and the limited edition will have the bonus up to 22 albums. (this is constantly updating so this can be what is right now, doesn’t mean that tomorrow it’ll be the same so grab your copy while they’re available).

The single is already available for preorder for overseas fans on cdjapan.

Jump Out Loud / Daisuke Namikawa
Daisuke Namikawa
SOURCE: Kiramune
Details about the versions content: CDJAPAN
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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder. Currently based in Macau SAR. Passionate music reviewer that has been writing about Japanese music since 2010. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.