Qrion Announces Debut Album On Anjunadeep, ‘I Hope It Lasts Forever’

Qrion, the Japanese-American rising star of house and techno, just announced her debut album, I Hope It Lasts Forever, out October 29 via Anjunadeep.

Qrion, real name Momiji Tsukada, wrote much of this album in quarantine, ruminating on her life-changing migration from her native Sapporo, Japan to her new home of San Francisco, California. Check out what she had to say about the album:

“I connected with my old memories – the feelings of spending time with my Dad, the time I lived with my family in Japan, and the small but important moments of my life from my life in Sapporo,” Tsukada said. “I feel music often creates a bridge to access memorable parts of our lives and in this sense I Hope It Lasts Forever is a very personal and special album to me. My hope is that my music and this album will also become part of other people’s memories – something that people can carry with them into the future.”

This new album will also see Tsukada embark on an extensive tour of the United States, closing it out on December 18 in San Francisco at the legendary Audio.

Check out the full tour dates and listen to “Your Love,” the first single from the album, in full below. Pre-save I Hope It Lasts Forever here.

Qrion Tour Dates

Sept 10 – Los Angeles, CA – Sound Nightclub
Oct 7 – Seattle, WA – Q Nightclub
Oct 8 – Durham, NC – Motorco
Oct 15 – Orlando, FL – Elixir
Oct 22 – Toronto, ON – CODA (w/Spencer Brown)
Oct 23 – Brooklyn, NY – Kings Hall (w/Spencer Brown)
Oct 24 – Las Vegas, NV – EDC
Oct 29 – Austin, TX – The Concourse
Nov 5 – Miami, FL – Le Rouge
Nov 12 – Albuquerque, NM – Effex
Nov 19 – Minneapolis, MN – REV
Nov 20 – Montreal, QC – Newspeak
Nov 25 – Calgary, AB – Commonwealth
Nov 26 – Phoenix, AZ – Shady Park
Nov 27 – Denver, CO – Club Vinyl
Dec 3 – San Diego, CA – SPIN
Dec 10 – Washington, DC – Soundcheck
Dec 18 – San Francisco, CA – Audio

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