GRANRODEO announce new mini-album and tour in 2021


GRANRODEO are back in 2021 with a new concept mini-album, live tour and 2 rescheduled live shows.

After celebrating their 15th anniversary, GRANRODEO made 4 exciting announcements:

  • New mini-album on its way
  • New tour planned for 2021
  • Rescheduled 15th anniversary live
  • Rescheduled e-ZUKA 30th anniversary live

New concept mini-album

Still untitled, GRANRODEO’s 2nd mini-album is scheduled to be released on 10/03/2021, available in regular and limited editions.

This is a concept mini-album, GRANRODEO’s first attempt to combine video and music, with a new song written based on a short movie with an original script produced especially for this mini-album.

At the moment, there are no additional details on this release.

New live tour

At the same time, GRANRODEO plan to be back on stage in 2021 with a tour of their own.

GRANRODEO LIVE TOUR 2021 still doesn’t have any confirmed dates and locations.

Lantis notes that the live tour may be cancelled if the Japanese government determines that live shows can’t be held in the coming year due to Coronavirus.

More details will be unveiled in the upcoming months.

Rescheduled live shows

e-ZUKA’s 30th anniversary live titled 飯塚昌明 ANNIVERSARY LIVE “e-XPO 2020” (Izuka Masaaki ANNIVERSARY LIVE “e-XPO 2020”) is rescheduled to 01/02/2021 at Toyosu PIT in Tokyo.

GRANRODEO 15th ANNIVERSARY FES ROUND GR 2020 comes as a “revenge” live show to replace what could have been GRANRODEO 15th ANNIVERSARY Startup Live -Takaga 15 years- proper, audience live (that went the no-audience live route in the summer).

GRANRODEO 15th ANNIVERSARY FES ROUND GR 2020 is scheduled to be held at Tokyo Garden Theater on 27/02/2021 and 28/02/2021.

The live show counts with guests on both days, those are the following per day:

  • 27/02/2021 – Kishidan, BREAKERZ
  • 28/02/2021 – OxT, Takanori Nishikawa

For more details on both live shows, check Lantis’ official website (link below).

SOURCE: GRANRODEO official website / Lantis official website (1) (Live shows)

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Vanessa Silva
Vanessa Silva
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder, content creator, and music reviewer. Basically, the only person managing everything at The Hand That Feeds HQ. Stumbling upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" in 2011 was the start of this journey. If music is thought-provoking or deep, you may find her writing almost essays (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). She's the producer and host of the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).


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