The emblematic American group Kiss, led by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, began 2015 with news, promoting a collaboration with the Japanese pop girl group Momoiro Clover Z. A few days ago from the official account of the Japanese group, a preview of the new collaboration made by the legendary rock band was published. Both bands worked two singles together at the end of last year in the city of Las Vegas (USA).
The first of these singles will be named "Yume not ukiyo or saitemina", song that has been co-written by Paul Stanley and that will be published next January 28 on iTunes and in two physical formats: “Momoclo Edition”, along with a song by Momoiro Clover Z, and “Kiss Edition”, which will include the other song recorded by both groups, which bears the name of 'Samurai Son'.
The remix 'US Mix' of 'Samurai Son' will be included in the compilation for the Japanese market “Best of Kiss 40”, which will contain 19 songs plus a DVD with previously unreleased live performances by the legendary group. Under the concept of “Momoiro Clover Z vs. Kiss ”, this project represents the first time that Kiss collaborates with a Japanese group in its four decades of history. It has also transpired that on March 3 Momoiro Clover Z will be the opening act for the concert that Kiss will offer at the Tokyo Dome in Japan.