SCANDAL’s Latest Single「Stamp!」Out Now!

03 Aug SCANDAL’s Latest Single「Stamp!」Out Now!

JPU Records is pleased to announce the release of SCANDAL‘s latest single Stamp!, out now digitally across the UK and Europe on iTunes and Amazon MP3.

The summer anthem was written and composed by the group’s guitarist MAMI while she and the band travelled the world earlier this year promoting latest album HELLO WORLD.

Three-time Grammy Award-winning producer, engineer and mixer Tom Lord-Alge also worked on the single. Lord-Alge’s previous work includes albums from Blink 182, Avril Lavigne and Weezer, as well as Oasis, The Rolling Stones and many more.

Stamp! includes three tracks; the title track, Flashback No.5 and Stamp! (Instrumental). SCANDAL will follow up the release with another new single entitled Sisters, scheduled for a 9 September 2015 release from JPU Records.

SCANDAL has also been selected to perform at the 12th Tokyo International Music Market on 21 October for a live showcase representing the hottest talent in Japan’s music scene right now. SCANDAL is one of the first bands announced for the show, and will play in front of international buyers and media from all over the world, as well as their fans in Japan.

iTunes // Amazon MP3 UK // Amazon MP3 France // Amazon MP3 Germany // Amazon MP3 Italy // Amazon MP3 Spain

Check out the music video to Stamp! below:
Please note that Stamp! may not be available for purchase immediately in all countries.

  • William Sheehan
    Posted at 20:34h, 03 August Reply

    Great that this song gets a UK release, even if it seems to be non-existent on iTunes UK store! Perhaps it will show up later. Now, a vinyl release in the UK would be even better.

  • Jason Oldfield
    Posted at 19:09h, 05 August Reply

    Not showing up on Amazon in the UK yet either.

    • JPU Records Ltd.
      Posted at 15:49h, 06 August Reply

      There is sometimes a delay in individual stores listing the album. It’s now live on Amazon MP3 UK though 🙂 Link updated in the article!

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