Electrifying alternative rock band, Amazarashi, led by vocalist and guitarist Hiromu Akita from Aomori and featuring keyboardist Manami Toyokawa and composer/contributor Yoshiaki Dewa, will be coming to a town near you! With rock compositions that rise above their lyrical arrangement to evoke sentiment and live performances that are accompanied by strong visual presentations, fans are sure to enjoy a memorable experience. Don’t miss out on their next live performance and get your Amazarashi tickets through StubHub.
Their Creative Journey
There’s no denying this rock band has acquired a strong fan base and grown in popularity since their debut in 2009 with their limited-released album, 0. Reason for acclaim among fans are Amazarashi lyrics, which are infused with transparency and emotion as well as a sincere relatability to the realities of today’s world. Fast-forward along their journey to success with the release of their first studio album, How To Make A Bomb, and hits like "Singing to the Sky" or the energetic "Sora Ni Utaeba", the opening track for Boku No Hero Academia, and it’s no wonder this band’s live performances are so highly anticipated.
The band also joined forces in 2018 with Aimer. The joint tour experience, Amazarashi x Aimer, proved a great pairing as both artists share similar creative stylings, choosing to bring the music and their artistic presentations front and centre with their presence on stage taking a secondary importance. The tour was a treat to fans in Asia, including Amazarashi Singapore fans, providing them with a special opportunity to see both artists live, furthering their musical influence throughout Asia.
Other similar artists include CreepHyp and One Ok Rock.
Music and Gaming
With creative aspirations that have transcended music and onto the digital artistic space, the band is also praised for projects such as their imaginative videos and collaborations, including work in the gaming world, where their inspired rock ballad, "Deserving of Life", is featured on NieR: Automata and other tracks like "Speed to Masatsu" is featured in the Japanese anime series Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace. The band has also been rewarded with awards including the Excellence Award from the Japan Media Arts Festival for their animation in "Waiting For Summer", as well as recognition from the Annecy International Film Festival and various singles reaching the Oricon Charts’ Top Twenty.
Fans have many ways to enjoy the music, but there’s nothing like seeing this rock band’s performances live. Be sure to catch them when Amazarashi tickets go on sale, right here! Have a few extra tickets? No sweat! Thanks to StubHub, you can sell your Amazarashi tickets right here as well.