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LiSA cancels Music Japan appearance due to acute bronchitis

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While LiSA and Aoi Eir made headlines for being the first Anison performers on Music Station, LiSA has been on cloud nine with her success.

But since last week, LiSA has been recovering from acute bronchitis and was treated as a hospital, so she had to cancel plans for a performance at NHK Hall for “MUSIC JAPAN”.

Earlier last week, LiSA’s staff announced the cancellation of her Nagoya performance due to bronchitis.

Anison artists Aoi Eir and LiSA to appear on Music Station

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For the very first time on TV Asahi’s “Music Station”, the music show will feature anison (anime songs) artists.

Aoi Eir and LiSA will be featured on the upcoming May 8th episode of Music Station.

LiSA releases 6th single, “BRiGHT FLiGHT / L. Miranic” Double A-side single that showcases her “pop” and “rock” sides!

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In May of this year, LiSA released her 5th single “Rising Hope” for her fans worldwide and it went on to capture #4 on the Oricon Music Charts in Japan.
LiSA is back at it again with her 6th single, “BRiGHT FLiGHT/ L. Miranic”, which is a special release that overseas fans can enjoy before the CD release in Japan!

This double A-side single showcases LiSA’s talents as a multifaceted artist;
the first song “BRiGHT FLiGHT” is a pop track that exhibits her cute side with an image of the color “pink”, while “L. Miranic” reveals her heavy rock side with an image color of “black”.

Furthermore, the coupling track titled “Tokyo Love Song” is LiSA’s first ever song in which she wrote the lyrics and composed the music.
This latest single packs 3 unique tracks that will surely pull fans into LiSA’s World!

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“BRiGHT FLiGHT / L. Miranic” is available today!
Check out the single here!à smarturl.it/BRiGHTFLiGHTLMiranic

Set list
1. BRiGHT FLiGHT
2. L. Miranic
2. Tokyo Love Song

[LiSA profile]
LiSA first came to prominence through the hit anime TV series, “Angel Beats!” in 2010 where her vocal abilities shone through her role as the 2nd generation vocalist for the band within the series, “Girls Dead Monster.” Subsequent releases under the band’s name ranked high on the Oricon charts, steadily growing in popularity and fame.
The following year, LiSA made her debut as a solo artist with a mini-album in 2011 and enjoyed further success in chart performance. Her next releases included major tie-ups with anime series, including the iconic “oath sign” for the series “Fate/Zero” and “crossing field” for the hugely popular “Sword Art Online” series, strengthening her popularity in both the anime and pop rock world.
LiSA’s fanbase continues to grow exponentially in and outside of Japan, thanks to her infectious, energetic live performances, friendly, down-to-earth disposition, and cute sense of fashion. All eyes are on this definite artist to watch!