"Brighter Day" is a song by Japanese recording artist Namie Amuro. Released as a single on November 12, 2014 by Amuro's label Dimension Point through Avex Trax, the release contained the B-sides "Sweet Kisses", and "Still Lovin' You". It received mixed reviews from music critics; many commended Amuro's vocal abilities while some criticized the song's composition and production. Charted as a single on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart, it reached number eight, becoming her lowest chart single since "Alarm" which peaked at eleven. The title track was certified platinum by Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for digital sales of 250,000 and all three tracks charted on the Japan Hot 100.

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  • Brighter Day est le 40e single régulier de Namie Amuro sorti sur le label Avex Trax, ou le 42e en comptant les deux sortis sur le label Toshiba-EMI. Il arrive 8e à l'Oricon. Il se vend à 35 247 exemplaires la première semaine et reste classé 13 semaines pour un total de 53 471 exemplaires vendus durant cette période. Brighter Day a été utilisée comme thème musical pour le drama First Class; Sweet Kisses a été utilisée comme thème musical pour la publicité Oleo D'Or de Kose et Still Lovin' You a été utilisée comme thème musical pour la publicité ESPRIQUE de Kose. (fr)
  • 「BRIGHTER DAY」(ブライター・デイ)は、安室奈美恵の単独名義での42作目のシングル曲。CD+DVD、CDの2形態で2014年11月12日発売。発売元はDimension Point。 (ja)
  • 《BRIGHTER DAY》為日本歌手安室奈美惠於2014年11月12日發行的第42張單曲。 (zh)
  • "Brighter Day" is a song by Japanese recording artist Namie Amuro. Released as a single on November 12, 2014 by Amuro's label Dimension Point through Avex Trax, the release contained the B-sides "Sweet Kisses", and "Still Lovin' You". It received mixed reviews from music critics; many commended Amuro's vocal abilities while some criticized the song's composition and production. Charted as a single on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart, it reached number eight, becoming her lowest chart single since "Alarm" which peaked at eleven. The title track was certified platinum by Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for digital sales of 250,000 and all three tracks charted on the Japan Hot 100. (en)
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  • Brighter Day est le 40e single régulier de Namie Amuro sorti sur le label Avex Trax, ou le 42e en comptant les deux sortis sur le label Toshiba-EMI. Il arrive 8e à l'Oricon. Il se vend à 35 247 exemplaires la première semaine et reste classé 13 semaines pour un total de 53 471 exemplaires vendus durant cette période. Brighter Day a été utilisée comme thème musical pour le drama First Class; Sweet Kisses a été utilisée comme thème musical pour la publicité Oleo D'Or de Kose et Still Lovin' You a été utilisée comme thème musical pour la publicité ESPRIQUE de Kose. (fr)
  • 「BRIGHTER DAY」(ブライター・デイ)は、安室奈美恵の単独名義での42作目のシングル曲。CD+DVD、CDの2形態で2014年11月12日発売。発売元はDimension Point。 (ja)
  • 《BRIGHTER DAY》為日本歌手安室奈美惠於2014年11月12日發行的第42張單曲。 (zh)
  • "Brighter Day" is a song by Japanese recording artist Namie Amuro. Released as a single on November 12, 2014 by Amuro's label Dimension Point through Avex Trax, the release contained the B-sides "Sweet Kisses", and "Still Lovin' You". It received mixed reviews from music critics; many commended Amuro's vocal abilities while some criticized the song's composition and production. Charted as a single on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart, it reached number eight, becoming her lowest chart single since "Alarm" which peaked at eleven. The title track was certified platinum by Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) for digital sales of 250,000 and all three tracks charted on the Japan Hot 100. (en)
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