Social Media Struggles to Figure Out T.M. Revolution's New Year's Performance Costume

Coming out of the performance, T.M. made news announcing that his currently untitled next album is scheduled for March 25th

One of Japan's chief New Year's traditions is a viewing of NHK's Kohaku Uta Gassen singing contest, which has been the nation's most viewed broadcast the last six years in a row. Generally, it's split by gender with a women's Red team versus a men's White, but as with last year's "Preserved Roses" and "Kakumei Dualism" duet, anison favorites Nana Mizuki and T.M. Revolution again teamed up to close out 2014.

 

Coming out of the performance, T.M. made news announcing that his currently untitled next album is scheduled for March 25th. This 10th album will be his first since April 211's "Cloud Nine."  He also recently announced a 47-Prefecture tour called 'T.M.R. LIVE REVOLUTION '15' from April to September.

 

As for the performance itself, it inspired fans to try to nail down exactly that T.M. Revolution's extravagant outfit reminded them of...

 

 

 

 

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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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