Visual kei band vistlip announced that after more than 10 years of activity they are now going to strengthen their overseas communication. Meanwhile, the band has announced through their official Facebook page that they want to meet their fans all over the world. Fans have been given the opportunity to let them know where they would like to see vistlip live.
The band is active since 2007 and decided it was time to look beyond the country Japan. In 2009 vistlip performed at Japan Expo in front of an audience of 8000 people and generated an enormous response. From then onward they were very active inside of Japan, but now they responded to the enthusiasm of their overseas fans. There are at the moment no plans for shows outside Japan. vistlip’s vocalist Tomo said, “Since our early days we’ve had fans abroad and I feel that they’ve been greatly supporting us. That’s why we would like to widen our circle, so please support us.”
A few days ago the band released the new single, titled It, and in December another single will be released, this one is titled Timer. Next to these to releases, there is a DVD release planned with the recording of their liveshow of July 7th, earlier this year. Furthermore the band will start touring Japan. This anniversary tour consists of revivals as accurately as possible of set lists and productions from previous tours as well as polished up contents.
July 7th 2007 is the starting date of vistlip. The band consists of five members, including singer Tomo, guitarists Yuh and Umi, bassist Rui and drummer Tohya. In March of this year the band released their fifth album BitterSweet.
Source: vistlip official Facebook page