Kra will return for the second time this year with a new full album, Bräemör, set to be released at the end of the month, on October 31. The band made available a music video preview for the first track of the album, GUSTAV, and also unveiled their new artist photos.

In the artwork for the limited edition, we can read the word Bräemör. However, the original title of the album in Japanese “ブレーマー” along the cover artwork makes us think of the popular tale of the Town Musicians of Bremen written by the brothers Grimm. This could just be a creative spelling made up by the band, as they have not made clear the correct spelling of the title.

The album is now available for pre-order in two editions, both containing the same tracklist. The difference comes down to the cover artwork and a 36-pages booklet coming with the limited edition. This will be the band’s first full album in three years since the release of Tsugi no Monogatari in 2015. Previously, Kra released the double mini-album Uchuu Traveler in 2016, and the single Toryanse earlier this year.

Check out the music video preview for GUSTAV and the members’ new look below:

Bräemör

Regular edition
CD

  1. GUSTAV
  2. It is What It is
  3. Fukurou (フクロウ)
  4. Ino mo Arukeba (犬も歩けば)
  5. Yume Kake Yuku (夢駆け行く)
  6. Dice (ダイス)
  7. Gensou Teki na Ongaku Tai (幻想的な音楽隊)
  8. Message (メッセージ)
  9. Kuro Neko to Gusha (黒猫と愚者)
  10. Bräemör (ブレーマー)

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Limited edition
CD

  1. GUSTAV
  2. It is What It is
  3. Fukurou (フクロウ)
  4. Ino mo Arukeba (犬も歩けば)
  5. Yume Kake Yuku (夢駆け行く)
  6. Dice (ダイス)
  7. Gensou Teki na Ongaku Tai (幻想的な音楽隊)
  8. Message (メッセージ)
  9. Kuro Neko to Gusha (黒猫と愚者)
  10. Bräemör (ブレーマー)

Bonus

  • 36p booklet

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