P1Harmony unveils debut greatest hits album for Japan, announces Zepp tour

Boy band P1Harmony will release its best-hits album, "Love & P1ece: The Best of P1Harmony," in Japan on Aug. 21. [FNC ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band P1Harmony will drop its first greatest hits album in Japan, “Love & P1ece: The Best of P1Harmony,” on Aug. 21 before holding three concerts in the country starting from Aug. 26.

The upcoming compilation album is also the first album from P1Harmony to be released in Japan. It will contain lead tracks from all of P1Harmony’s previously released EPs and albums, according to the band’s agency FNC Entertainment.

A Japanese version of “Siren,” the lead track from the band’s debut EP “Disharmony: Stand Out,” will also be included.

P1Harmony members [FNC ENTERTAINMENT]

Five days after the album hits shelves in Japan, the band will hold concerts in the Zepp music halls across Japan as part of its "Love & P1ece" tour, performing at Zepp Nagoya on Aug. 26, at Zepp Namba on Aug. 28 and at KT Zepp Yokohama on Aug. 30. The Zepp halls, owned by Sony Music Entertainment Japan, are a group of music venues located in multiple cities across Japan.

P1Harmony established its Japanese fan club, named P1ece Japan, in February this year. The band held its first fan meet and greet in Japan, titled “Jump vs Jump,” in April.

The band is currently on its second world tour, “P1ustage H: UTOP1A,” and is set to perform at The Governors Ball Music Festival 2024 on June 8.

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