BiSH Reveals Artwork and Bonus Images for ‘BiSH OUT of the BLUE’ Concert Blu-Ray Release

24.January.2023 | MUSIC

BiSH, a punk band without instruments, has unveiled the cover art for the BiSH OUT of the BLUE Blu-ray. Fans can get their hands on this incredible release on February 15, 2023. The band has also revealed some special bonuses available at CD shops while supplies last.

DVD盤

 

BiSH OUT of the BLUE was the group’s largest-ever outdoor solo concert and was held at
the Fujikyu Highland Conifer Forest on October 22, 2022. Fans can also find a limited
edition Blu-ray/DVD which will also include live footage from the annual FiNE NATURE
SENSATiON (previously TOKYO BiSH SHiNE) free concert held at Zepp DiverCity.

 

Preorders are now open so be sure to check out the details below!

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