Crossfaith have released their brand new single Endorphin and put out an accompanying music video for the track.
The Osaka natives are about to embark on a 23 date European tour, and have given expectant fans something else to whet their whistle to as they wait for the Japanese stars to arrive on their shores.
Endorphin is the first music the band have put out since their 2018 album EX_MACHINA, and lead singer Kenta ‘Ken’ Kole has shouted his excitement for it from the rooftops.
“Do you want a new acid?” screeched Kole. “We are so proud to reveal our new era with Endorphin, our new masterpiece to fascinate people. It will take you to another level of excitement and we can’t wait to play this song during out upcoming headlining tour!”
It sounds like Kole has taken himself up to a new level of excitement, which may have something to do with the special Instagram filter that the band released for the announcement.
Crossfaith are embarking on their Synchronicity tour 2020 and they will hit 12 countries across Europe on February and March. They are an explosive live band with a well-deserved reputation for the chaos they bring to things.
They will be supported by Ocean Grove and Black Futures, which has driven Kole to new heights of excitement. He said: “This time we welcome two talented bands! Ocean Grove is one of the most exciting bands from Australia. Their music style is mashup 90’s heavy music vibe and psychedelic influence, they are the perfect fit for this tour without doubt.
“The other is Black Futures. We watched them live at Boomtown Festival earlier this year and we fell in love with their music. We can’t wait to see the reaction from our fans. Check these lads out and be ready for Synchronicity, it’ll be bloody good one!”
Crossfaith take on the UK in March, with their first stop at the London o2 Academy Islington before hitting Brighton, Norwich, Wolverhampton and Newcastle.
Before that, the Japanese outfit take on cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Berlin, Copenhagen, Vienna, Budapest, Munich and Cologne.