Photo from SOZO Pte. Ltd.

Singapore, 25 June 2015 – Coming on September 12th at the University Culture Centre at the National University of Singapore, EGOIST will be holding its first solo live in Singapore. The musical unit consisting of Ryo of supercell and Chelly (who was chosen from over 2000 applicants in vocalist auditions), will be performing in a full fledge one night only concert.

EGOIST debuted with the television anime <Gulity Crown>, where Chelly performs various theme songs as the band’s vocalist under the persona of Inori Yuzuriha, the main heroine of <Guilty Crown>. They would later perform the theme songs for the extremely popular futuristic thriller <PSYCHO-PASS>, a collaboration that has continued for both seasons. Their popularity has since expanded out of Japan, taking number one in the combined music charts in China and across Asia.

Although performing live, Chelly has never publicly revealed her face, instead performing behind a customised veil while a projection of Inori acts as the face of the band. The concert employs a full suite of motion capture technologies, allowing Chelly to sing and dance, controlling Inori’s movements in a collaboration of music, showmanship and the latest in performance technology.

It will no doubt be a spectacular for both fans and technology enthusiasts alike!


EGOIST LIVE IN SINGAPORE 2015, is proudly organised by INCS toenter Co.,ltd., planned by INCS toenter Co.,ltd., Sony Music and produced by SOZO, promoted under the Japan Music Festival platform.

Early bird VIP tickets for the concert are to be on sale via SISTIC from the 26th of June at 10AM till 2nd July, 11:59PM with VIP and GA tickets sales starting from 3rd July.

Date: 12 September, 2015, Saturday
Time: 6:30pm doors open / 7pm concert start
Venue: University Culture Centre, National University of Singapore
Ticket: Early Bird VIP – S$138, VIP – S$148(Cat 1), GA – S$88(Cat 2), via SISTIC


About INCS toenter Co.,ltd.
INCS toenter Co.,ltd. is a Japanese music management company headquarted in Shibuya, Tokyo and was established in June 2004. Under their management includes artistes mainly active online, such as supercell (Record label: Sony Music), livetune (TOY’S FACTORY), Hachioji P (TOY’S FACTORY), yanaginagi (NBCUniversal), Honey Works (Sony Music) etc., voice actress Mai Fuchigami, and other artistes from various genres. It also owns the indie label TamStar Records.

About Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. was established in 2003 and headquarted in Chiyoda, Tokyo for the management and administration of its various subsidiaries. They have wide-ranging businesses, which include the planning/production/distribution of audio/video music products and animated works, to artiste management, concert promotion, and operations and management of performance halls and more. The multiple subsidiary companies are consolidated into several groups that generate synergy between business functions.

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About SOZO
Tapping on Japan’s diverse wealth of entertainment content, SOZO has positioned itself to be the ‘bridge’, connecting Japan to SE Asia – by showcasing quality concerts, engaging retail experiences and creating meaningful online engagement to audiences and businesses across South East Asia.

Established in 2009, SOZO entertainment platforms include Anime Festival Asia, I Love Anisong, J-LIVE ASIA, Japan Music Festival and many more.  Recent projects by SOZO includes solo concerts for J-Pop artistes such as Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, May’n, RADWIMPS, Mega-events like Miku Expo in Jakarta and many more.  In 2014, SOZO moved forward with a capital alliance with one of Japan’s largest talent management company Horipro.

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About Japan Music Festival
Our Mission – To celebrate Japanese Music by engaging fans in SE Asia and beyond, with the best and latest in Japanese Music Concert Experience – direct from Japan.

What is JMF? – 2014 marked the start of the JMF (Japan Music Festival) platform, created and owned by SOZO to bring the best in J-Pop, J-Rock and more as a series of solo concerts under a single brand. In 2015, JMF will return to engage ever more concert attendees in the South East Asian region. Artistes that will be having their solo concerts under the JMF umbrella will be announced in the near future.

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