Broccoli release highlight medley for HE☆VENS’ “Anthem for the Angel”

Broccoli released a highlight medley for HE☆VENSAnthem for the Angel.

Anthem for the Angel is scheduled to be released on 13/03/2019, available in regular edition.

The cover art is the following:

This mini-album counts with 14 tracks, 7 solo songs and respective instrumentals. The complete tracklist is the following:

1 - LIFE~with thanks~ (Eiichi solo)
2 - 恋の温度–melt into one– (Kira solo)
3 - 絶対的★N・A・G・I (Nagi solo)
4 - Just You (Eiji solo)
5 - 熱愛中BANG×BANG×BANG! (Van solo)
6 - 人生 on Sparking! (Yamato solo)
7 - Lyrical Poetry (Shion solo)
8 - LIFE~with thanks~ (off vocal)
9 - 恋の温度–melt into one– (off vocal)
10 - 絶対的★N・A・G・I  (off vocal)
11 - Just You (off vocal)
12 - 熱愛中BANG×BANG×BANG!  (off vocal)
13 - 人生 on Sparking!  (off vocal)
14 - Lyrical Poetry  (off vocal)

Previews to all tracks are now available on HE☆VENS‘s official website (link below).

A highlight medley, including previews to all tracks on this album, was released today.

First press editions of this mini-album come with the following bonuses:

  • A message card randomly selected from seven kinds
  • Special packaging

On CDJAPAN this release comes with the following bonus:

External Bonus CDJapan exclusive 2L-sized photo feat. cover artwork

Anthem for the Angel is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

Uta no Prince-sama HE VENS Mini-album "Anthem for The Angel" / Eiichi Otori (Hikaru Midorikawa), Kira Sumeragi (Daisuke Ono), Nagi Mikado (Tubasa Yonaga),Eiji Otori (Yuma Uchida), Van Kiryuin (Hidenori Takahashi), Yamato Hyuga (Ryohei Kimura), Shion Amakusa (Daiki Yamashita)
Eiichi Otori (Hikaru Midorikawa), Kira Sumeragi (Daisuke Ono), Nagi Mikado (Tubasa Yonaga),Eiji Otori (Yuma Uchida), Van Kiryuin (Hidenori Takahashi), Yamato Hyuga (Ryohei Kimura), Shion Amakusa (Daiki Yamashita)

SOURCE: HE☆VENS Official website

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