Makoto Furukawa releases teaser for “from fairytale”

A teaser video for Makoto Furukawa‘s 1st full-length album, from fairytale, is out.

from fairytale is scheduled to be released on 23/12/2020, and available in regular and limited editions.

The cover art is the following for each edition:

Limited edition

The tracklist is the following:

1 - Overture -Act 1-
2 - 切嵌とfairytale (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
3 - 道化師と♠︎(sadness) (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
4 - miserable masquerade -Re:andante- (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
5 - スピカ (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
6 - 地図が無くても戻るから 
7 - Interlude -Act 2- 
8 - 気ままに見えるかい? (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
9 - パトスのカタチ (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
10 - 愚者の跳躍 (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
11 - 本日モ誠ニ晴天也 
12 - 勝鬨 (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)
13 - for fairytale (lyrics by Makoto Furukawa)

A teaser video is out:

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD
  • Limited: CD + DVD (切嵌とfairytale – Mosaic to fairytale – music video + making of)

On CDJAPAN, pre-orders come with the following bonuses:

First Press DetailEvent application code (valid only in Japan)
External BonusLiner notes made by Makoto Furukawa

The liner notes’ cover is the following:

The bonuses are the following per store:

AMAZON (L size bromide with duplicate signature & comment + 56mm can badge + A4 clear file)
Amazon Japan (L size bromide with duplicate signature & comment)
TOWER RECORDS (L size bromide with duplicate signature & comment)
TSUTAYA (L size bromide with duplicate signature & comment)
Rakuten BOOKS (L size bromide with duplicate signature & comment)
A-on STORE/L-MART/A!SMART (2L bromide with duplicate signature & comment)

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

from fairytale is available for pre-order at CDJAPAN.

SOURCE: Lantis / Lantis official twitter account


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