Guest Announcement: haru

Nekocon is proud to announce our collaboration with Chaotic Harmony in bringing the j-rock soloist haru( from universe) to Nekocon!

Official Announcement:

“Chaotic Harmony is excited to announce an east-west coast collaboration with PMX (Oct. 27-28 in Los Angeles, CA) and NekoCon (Nov. 2-4 in Hampton, VA)! We will be bringing BLEACH anime song artist and j-rock soloist haru (from universe) to both events this year! No matter what coast you are on, you can come out and see this amazing singer perform.

Check out this comment video to see what haru himself has to say about the events:

After you’ve watched that, check the artist intro video we did to learn more about him!

About haru: As the vocalist for universe, haru’s overwhelming singing voice dazzled the crowd at the Lotte x Sony Music’s “Uta no Aru Gum Project” competition, beating out five thousand other people to win the grand prize. The single “Haruiro” (the song in the commercial for Lotte Ghana milk chocolate) was their major debut. Their second single “echoes” was used as the theme song for the Tokyo television anime “BLEACH”. haru was the first Japanese artist to ever release an official cover of U2’s “Vertigo”, and he has been expanding his overseas performances by appearing two years in a row at Anime Weekend Atlanta, as well as giving a show in front of 3,000 people at Berlin’s AniMaCo.
He has also garnered attention as the singer for the song used for MONSTER SUMMER!! Zettai Hansha Shugihen (Monster Strike (Monster) TV commercial).
During the summer of 2017, haru embarked on his first European tour as a soloist, performing a total of six shows in four countries, including Germany, France, Netherlands, and Belgium. In 2018, he returned to Europe twice more. The first time on tour visiting France, Belgium, and Italy where he attended Comicon and again in June 2018 to attend Magnificon in Poland. He is looking forward to doing more shows overseas and is excited to add Los Angeles and Virginia to his resume.

We can’t wait to see you at PMX and NekoCon!”