Yuma Uchida to release 1st full length album, announces 1st live tour

Yuma Uchida‘s 1st anniversary as a solo artist is full with surprises to his fans.

The announcement was made today via Yuma Uchida‘s artist twitter account. To celebrate his 1st anniversary as a solo artist, the talented seiyuu is going to release his 1st full length album as well as embark on his first live tour.

HORIZON is scheduled to be released on 24/07/2019 and available in 3 editions: regular, CD + DVD and CD + Blu-ray.

The album is going to count with a total of 12 songs, out of those previous singles NEW WORLD, Before Dawn and Speechless are included.

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD only
  • CD + DVD
  • CD + Blu-ray

The Blu-ray and DVD contents are the following:

  • NEW WORLD music video
  • Before Dawn music video
  • Speechless music video
  • TBD」(NEW SONG) music video
  • HORIZON making of

First press editions come with the following bonuses:

  • CD+Blu-ray edition: Three-sided box / mini photo book [A]
  • CD+DVD edition: Three-sided box / mini photo book [B]
  • Common to all editions: 1st live tour priority application lottery serial code

More details on this release are going to be unveiled in the upcoming weeks.

On the other hand, Yuma Uchida’s 1st live tour kicks off in October and counts with a total of 3 stops. The dates and locations are as follows:

  • October 6, 2019 in Aichi at NTK Hall Forest Hall
  • November 3, 2019 in Osaka at Kishiwada City Namikiri Hall
  • November 17, 2019 in Tokyo at Nakano Sun Plaza

For more details please refer to the official website (link below).

Several release events – talk, handshake and poster handing – are planned for this August. For more details, please refer to the official website – HERE.

HORIZON is currently unavailable for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

SOURCE: Yuma Uchida official website (1)

Author: Vanessa Silva (midorin)

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Metalhead. Gamer. Based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to start writing about male seiyuu music.