Tag: Rei Kuromiya

BRATS announce first one-man tour of Japan

Girls rock band BRATS – formed by sisters Rei Kuromiya (vocals) and Aya Kuromiya (bass) – announced their first one-man tour of Japan at the final show of their 3-month series of solo Tokyo concerts held on April 20. “BRATS 1st. Tour Beginning” will bring the band to three major live houses across Japan in …

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BRATS release UNFAIR MV, announce Wake Up Festival in Taiwan

Girls rock band BRATS has released their new music video for “UNFAIR”, shot during the band’s first overseas concerts in Korea on January 19 and 20 this year. BRATS – formed by sisters Rei Kuromiya (vocals) and Aya Kuromiya (bass) – have sold out their current series of monthly one-man live shows in running through …

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BRATS – Kimarigoto (new live video)

Japanese girls rock band BRATS have released their new music video for “Kimarigoto”, featuring a montage of live performance clips cut to one of the most popular tracks from their July 25th full-length album BRATS. (Check out the original music video here.)

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BRATS release hot “Doutatte yokatta” MV from first full-length album

BRATS have released their music video for “Doutatte yokatta”, one of the newly-recorded songs for the band’s first full-length album BRATS, scheduled for international release on July 25.

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BRATS announce self-titled debut album

Girls rock band BRATS — formed by sisters Rei Kuromiya (ex. Ladybaby) and Aya Kuromiya — will release their first full length album on July 25, 2018. The 10-song self-titled CD BRATS, including previously released studio tracks “Ainikoiyo” (To be Hero anime theme song) and “Nounai Shoukyo Game” (Slavemen film theme song) will also come …

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URBANGARDE’s Heisei Death Game MV features idols and the dark side of Tokyo youth

URBANGARDE has released a set of new music videos connected to their latest album Showa 90. Known to fans worldwide for pushing boundaries and provoking discussion of social issues, URBANGARDE launched Showa 90 in early December with the militaristic, anti-war video “Kuchibiru Democracy” (“Lips Democracy”), which many Japanese TV stations refused to air because of …

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