Supernova to release 15th Japanese single "She's Gone" in August + 3rd Anniversary event in October
Having recently released a Korean and Japanese version of their single "Stupid Love", Supernova will be following up with another single release in Japan this August.
The, for now, five member group will be revealing another sharp dance tune, releasing "She's Gone" along with b-side track "Super☆Love". "She's Gone" was said to express someone's feelings towards separating from a person that is dear to him, as well as becoming stronger because of it. B-side "Super☆Love", on the other hand, is an upbeat summer track, written by singer-songwriter and dancer Mohombi who has previously worked with Big Bang and Far East Movement.
"She's Gone" will be released in four different versions; a Limited Edition A (CD+DVD), Limited Edition B, a regular CD version and a special Universal Music Store Ultra Limited edition. Type A will have a bonus DVD with footage of "Supernova’s summer Festival 2" which was held at the Pacifico Yokohama Exhibition Hall D last August 13, 2011. Type B will have a slightly altered tracklist. Instead of "Super☆Love", the single will have "Moving On" as a b-side track. It is a hyper-tune track with a fusion of Hip hop and digital sounds. The Ultra Limited edition will have an extra 48p photobook. Its production has been limited to 5,555 copies.
To commemorate the third anniversary of their Japanese debut, Supernova will also hold a special event called "Choshinsei ☆ Haku 3" in October. Everyone who purchases "She's Gone" will be able to apply for the event, and will be able to bring along two extra people if chosen. From all the applicants 1,500 people will be chosen, to bring the total of participants able to attend the event to 4,500.
Supernova will be releasing "She's Gone" on August 29th.
Source: Choshinsei and starlightcss