TRIGGER release music video for “DAYBREAK INTERLUDE”

TRIGGER released today the music video for “DAYBREAK INTERLUDE“.

DAYBREAK INTERLUDE is the music video that was unveiled through a special outdoor one-time event back in August. Fans can now watch it on youtube.

Studio BONES (Darker than Black, NO.6, Soul Eater) animated this music video.

REGALITY” is scheduled to be released on 20/09/2017, available in three editions: regular, limited and deluxe.

The cover art is the following for each edition:

Regular edition
Limited edition
Deluxe edition

The tracklist is the following:

1. SECRET NIGHT
2. NATSU☆しようぜ!
3. Last Dimension〜引き金をひくのは誰だ〜
4. 願いはShine On The Sea
5. Leopard Eyes
6. DAYBREAK INTERLUDE [title track]
7. Riskyな彼女 (Takuya Sato solo)
8. 幸せでいて (Wataru Hatano solo)
9. U COMPLETE ME (Soma Saito solo)
10. In the meantime
11. DESTINY

Lantis released a digest video with a snippet to the new song and its music video.

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD Only
  • Limited: CD + sleeve case + designed cover + photobook
  • Deluxe: CD + box + designed cover + photobook + original necklace + original scarf

REGALITY” is available for pre-order on CDJAPAN for all overseas fans.

APPLI GAME [IDOLISH7] TRIGGER 1ST FULL ALBUM / TRIGGER [Ten Kujo (Soma Saito), Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Sato)]
TRIGGER [Ten Kujo (Soma Saito), Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Sato)]
APPLI GAME [IDOLISH7] TRIGGER 1ST FULL ALBUM (TBC) / TRIGGER [Ten Kujo (Soma Saito), Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Sato)]
TRIGGER [Ten Kujo (Soma Saito), Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Sato)]
APPLI GAME [IDOLISH7] TRIGGER 1ST FULL ALBUM (TBC) / TRIGGER [Ten Kujo (Soma Saito), Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Sato)]
TRIGGER [Ten Kujo (Soma Saito), Gaku Yaotome (Wataru Hatano), Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Takuya Sato)]

SOURCE: Idolish 7 official website / Idolish7 official twitter account

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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.