Japanese culture is fascinating to almost every single person on this planet.
The Japanese are unbelievably smart, heartwarming and innovators in just about anything they do.
Kikagaku Moyo, Japan’s up and coming rock band is no different. Their newest single “Silver Owl” is a throwback journey to the 70’s combining elements of krautrock, classic Indian, and traditional folk music.
“The inspiration for this song came from my experience in dreams – like lucid dreams where I can create another me, and be totally free from everything and flying around the sky” explains the band’s drummer Go Kurosawa.
Along with the new single, the band has also announced that they will be releasing their new album, House In The Tall Grass on May 13 via Guruguru Brain.
The album is a delicate experience that is both euphoric and philosophical that has an easy going ambiance about it.
House in the Tall Grass tracklist:
01. Green Sugar
03. Old Snow, White Sun
04. Melted Crystal
06. Silver Owl
07. Fata Morgana
09. Cardigan Song
Kikagaku Moyo live dates:
25 Bristol, UK Cube
26 London, UK, London Fields Brewery
27 Manchester, UK, Star and Garter
28 Glasgow, Scotland, Nice’n’Sleazys
29 Leeds, UK, Karma Fest
30 Brighton UK, Bleach
23-24 Liverpool UK, Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia (Guruguru Brain stage)
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