Haru Nemuri Drops New Single and Rescheduled U.S. Tour Dates

On October 1st The J-Pop star Haru Nemuri released her new single Déconstruction.

The artist’s latest number was co-produced by MyRiot, the producer duo that has worked with the Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora and the English pop band London Grammar and more. Haru Nemuri and MyRiot worked in real time online for several days, sharing ideas and completing the track during these virtual sessions.

Japanese musician Haru Nemuri, who mixes pop, rock, and hip-hop into her own beautifully experimental cocktail, one of the best new artists of 2018. She hasn’t released a full collection of songs since last year’s Lovetheism mini-album, but she’s been sharing a string of new singles this year including “Bang,” “Inori Dake Ga Aru,” and “Seventh Heaven.”

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“When I say, ‘Capitalism sucks,’ they say, ‘Are you a socialist?’ When I say, ‘I’m a feminist,’ they say, ‘You hate men?’” Haru Nemuri says. “Whenever I hear that, I feel the defeat of my education. It’s hard to say exactly what is being defeated, but it can be roughly described as, for example, those who belong to the class that has gained wealth and power through the existing system. It’s a song for all souls to be so noble. When you fight for your soul, this song is for you.” 

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The 26-year-old singer-songwriter also announced the new dates for her U.S. tour, which has been pushed back for the fourth time due to the pandemic. Fans in the U.S. will now have to wait until next year to see Haru in concert according to the latest announcement.

Haru Nemuri North American Tour 2022:

March 4, 2022 Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, New York
March 7, 2022 Sleeping Village, Chicago, Illinois
March 9, 2022 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, California
March 11, 2022 The Echo, Los Angeles, California