Chaotic, eclectic, bold, brave and fantastic. That’s all I can think to say with this Japanese hip hop talent. Quite an extraordinary sound…
“This track is a bittersweet song about the conflict of wanting to let go but still hold onto someone you love, but you know they’re not right for you.”
“This was my longest and first trip alone to another country and felt pretty alone in London, so we ended up with this visceral love song about when you’re away from someone you love for a long time.” – Romeo
March 3 – Budapest, Hungary @ Akvarium Klub
March 5 – Berlin, Germany @ Asta Kulturhaus
March 6 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Vega
March 7 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso – SOLD OUT
March 9 – Brussels, Belgium @ AB
March 12 – Milan, Italy @ Fabrique
March 13 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Kaufleuten
March 16 – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall
March 17 – London, UK @ Roundhouse
It’s near impossible not to enjoy this mix of feel-good beats, soul and whimsical lyrics.
“I’ve been cheated on twice, both of them got pregnant when they did, this song is a letter to both of them. I know a lot of people the same, particularly men that never really talk about it, I decided to write mine out.”
“This song is a deeply personal journey and a familiar story of how we face our personal and professional failures with the hope to reinvent ourselves.”
An effortless delivery of rap vocals, complimented with a harmonious flow.
“I wrote this song about a long stay away from home I had last year. I was staying in a tiny, smoking room at this cheap hotel, though I hadn’t asked for a smoking room–it made things a little sadder. I found myself buying a lot of clothes on this trip… I think without realising I thought if I couldn’t feel good, at least I could look good.”
Track of the week. A bold statement made of techno and hip hop, polished and totally captivating.
“Dancing alone is about fantasising of going out alone as a woman and dancing without having to flirt or being hit on, while still being anxious about being alone.”