Bremen has a style of bringing musicians who come to play to the stage and playing along with them, creating a wonderful chemical reaction every time. The number of addicts is increasing as the sound dialogue creates a undulation and gradually becomes fun like a footbath. Whether it's a song that's loved across generations or a song that's nice to meet you, it's a song that will make you laugh and cry! Yes! One and a half years have passed since the shocking double release of giving birth at the same time as the release of the previous work 'La Vida'. Nakano Aya has teamed up with Hidero Nishioka (per, tp), who is familiar with CENTRAL, and Hiroshi Ihara 'anikki' (guitar), who has been in touch since before his debut. In 2018, when the three of them performed live, they named it 'Nakano Aya and Bremen'. Just like the 'Bremen Town Musicians', the musicians who came to play at each live performance were put up on the stage, and while enjoying the change in the formation every time, 'I want to travel around the country with souvenirs' and decided to produce sound sources. Nakano's voice comes to life in 'Last Dance wa Watashi ni', 'Lazy Bones'. A self-cover of 'Machiawase', Ihara's ephemeral vocal, which is the first recording, shoots through generations 'Kimi ni Munekyun', and the original is Ihara's composition, 'Bremen wa Yuku', a superb ballad composed by Nobuyoshi Nakazawa 'Door'. A heartfelt salsa number written by Nishioka, 'Nekorokorokano' is a long-awaited analog version of a business card containing a total of 9 songs! First time limited production, finally released with full jacket specifications!