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Watch HARU NEMURI’s Raw New Video Shot in Russia, ‘Trust Nothing but Love’

J-pop artist HARU NEMURI shared the new music video accompanying “Trust Nothing but Love,” a track on her latest album, LOVETHEISM.

To capture the 25-year-old singer-songwriter’s true character, the video was shot in a studio apartment in Russia using a single camera to shoot the continuous take with no editing.

The “Trust Nothing but Love” visuals follow the ones for “Fanfare” and “Riot” from her new set, which dropped digitally in March. A domestic CD of the album will be released Friday (June 12), while a 12-inch vinyl will be released in the U.S. and Europe on the same day.

HARU NEMURI has rescheduled her North American and European tours originally slated for March this year. The North American trek kicks off at the Knitting Factory in New York on Sept. 3. See the tour dates and LOVETHEISM vinyl track list below.


1. Fanfare
2. Trust Nothing but Love
3. Pink Unicorn
1. Lovetheism
2. Be Your Ocean
3. Riot
4. Apple Song

HARU NEMURI 2020 North American Tour Dates

9/3 Knitting Factory, New York
9/5 Sleeping Village, Chicago
9/6 Three Links, Dallas
9/8 The Echo, Los Angeles
9/11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco

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