Marginal #4, Lagrange Point and Unicorn Jr. to return with new music

It seems that Pythagoras Production have a lot in store for their fans! Marginal #4, Lagrange Point and Unicorn Jr. will all get new singles and drama CDs. The announcement was made today at “Rejet2017 ENDLESS SUMMER“.

During the special Marginal #4 & Dance with Devils corner hosted by Yuto Suzuki (Marginal #4’s leader) and Toshiyuki Toyonaga (Lagrange Point‘s leader) alongside special guests Genki Okawa (Lagrange Point) and Subaru Kimura (Dance with Devils), it was announced that the Pythagoras Production units will be getting a new drama CD series and music.

What can fans expect from Marginal #4, Lagrange Point and Unicorn Jr.?

First: IDOL OF STARLIGHT KISS2 is in the works. This situation CD (Drama CD) series will be released starting in October up until February 2018.

The pairings are the following for each of the 4 drama CDs:

Vol1. Toshiki Masuda & Naozumi Takahashi

  • Release date: 25/10/2017

Vol2. Toshiyuki Toyonaga & Genki Okawa

Release date: 22/11/2017

Vol3. Shouta Aoi, Chiharu Sawashiro and Toshiyuki Someya

  • Release date: 27/12/2017

Vol4. KENNYuto Suzuki

  • Release date: 24/01/2018

Now, onto the music releases. Rejet has paired up and shuffled units once again. MARGINAL # 4 Spectacle Tour will be 3 units/releases.

The first release will be “西遊記” (Journey to the West). To perform this single we have Toshiyuki Someya, Toshiki Masuda and Toshiyuki Toyonaga. It is scheduled to be released on 25/10/2017.

The second release counts with Genki Okawa, KENN and Chiharu Sawashiro, the release is titled “STARGAZER Z” and will hit the stores on 22/11/2017.

The third release is titled “DOGGY BLACK” and counts with Noazumi Takahashi, Shouta Aoi and Yuto Suzuki. The single will be released on 27/12/2017.

More details about these releases will be unveiled closer to their releases.

SOURCE: Marginal #4 official twitter accountMarginal #4 Spectacle Tour official website

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Author: midorin

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