<a href="/music/Golden-Bomber">Golden Bomber</a>, the J-pop entertainment group that never fails to deliver, released a track from its latest album royalty-free. In other words, the band's giving the song away.
The track is called "Tanjobi Demo Kekkonshiki Demo Tsukaeru Uta," which literally translates to "A song that can be used for birthdays and weddings." It's included in the group's latest album, Killer Tune Shika Ne-yo, released Wednesday (Jan. 31). The title roughly means "All our tunes are killer," and it's the foursome's first studio album in two-and-a-half years.
Golden Bomber is a visual kei "air" band, meaning none of the members except the singer Sho Kiryuin actually play instruments. Kiryuin is also the one who writes all the songs, so the group can pull off an event where everyone including the other band members hears the new tracks for the very first time.