Recently the cast of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya anime series recorded new audio to advertise its upcoming Haruhi Suzumiya compilation album on Lantis Channel’s Youtube channel. During the recording the voice of Haruhi Suzumiya, Aya Hirano, was ecstatic over the debut over the SOS Brigade’s Youtube debut. The voice actress during the debut stated “We’re planning to do lots of other stuff as the SOS Brigade this year, so make sure to check for updates!”, a video will also be shown later featuring this. From what is titled as “The Complete Soundtrack of Haruhi Suzumiya”, that will include the entire soundtrack of both the seasons for the series and unreleased soundtracks. The openings and endings, radio theme songs and insert songs will also be released. This will be releasing in Japan on July 7th for 4,900 yen. The purpose of the release is to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the series which first released its first season back in 2006. The following stores will also be releasing the stated bonuses, Gamers a B2 sized poster of Haruhi, Chara-Ani a 75mm 3 inch pin badge of Kyon, Sofmap a mini shitajiki board of Mikuru, Tower Records a A4 sized clear file folder of Koizumi and Animate a B5 sized artboard of Nagato.
A plot summary of the series can be seen below quoted from MAL:
Kyon, your typical high school student, has long given up his belief in the supernatural. However, upon meeting Haruhi Suzumiya, he quickly finds out that it is the supernatural that she is interested in—aliens, time travelers, and espers among other things. When Haruhi laments about the lack of intriguing clubs around school, Kyon inspires Haruhi to form her own club. As a result, the SOS Brigade is formed, a club which specializes in all that is the supernatural.
Much to his chagrin, Kyon, along with the silent bookworm, Yuki Nagato, the shy and timid Mikuru Asahina, and the perpetually smiling Itsuki Koizumi, are recruited as members. The story follows the crazy adventures that these four endure under their whimsical leader, Haruhi. The story is based on the light novels by Nagaru Tanigawa.