Following the release of their 7th studio album Future Pop, multi-platinum selling J-pop girl group Perfume have officially announced dates for their highly anticipated North American tour. Perfume WORLD TOUR 4th FUTURE POP will be making a stop at City National Civic on April 17 at 8:00 PM.
Perfume are thrilled to be headed to America, and to be touring internationally. “We’re so excited to announce our first world tour in 2 years! This is going to be our biggest world tour ever, including some cities we’re playing for the first time.” They also note, “Our latest album “Future Pop” became the No.1 electronic album in 20 countries. We will mainly be performing songs off of this album and will put on the coolest shows we can for our international fans. Can’t wait to see you all at the show ♪.”
Perfume WORLD TOUR 4th FUTURE POP tour is in support of their recently released album Future Pop – Available now to stream, Future Pop features hit singles “Let Me Know,” “Tokyo Girl,” “If You Wanna” and “Mugenmirai.” The follow up to their critically acclaimed album Cosmic Explorer, Future Pop was an instant success, reaching #1 on the iTunes Electronic Albums Chart in over 20 countries within the first 48 hours of release, and has received praise from the likes of Idolator, L’Officiel USA and Billboard.
Future Pop is the follow up to their critically acclaimed album Cosmic Explorer, which was named one of Rolling Stone’s Top 20 Pop Albums of 2016 and received praise from the likes of Billboard and Vogue. A massive tour followed, with the girls playing arenas in Japan before heading stateside to play sold out venues across the USA. In between their musical success, Perfume also found time to work with major fashion brands – including a collaboration with UNIQLO, showcasing HEATTECH, and now, their fashion line Perfume Closet – as well as technology companies, introducing groundbreaking technology in a livestream partnership with NTT docomo, the #1 selling telecommunications company in Japan; making an appearance in a commercial for Apple’s iPhone, alongside the likes of Selena Gomez and Bill Hader; and partnering with Panasonic to create their first ever 360 music video and launch the new AWA Dance app.