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b-flower

b-flower

b-flower


b-flower are a four-piece neo-acoustic band based in Kyoto, Japan, comprising of members Hideshi Hachino (vocals, guitar, lyrics), Wataru Okabe (drums), Masaru Miya (bass), and Hiroshi Suzuki (guitar). They were formed in the early eighties and self-released their debut EP "Nothing on Sunday" (also known as 日曜日のミツバチ, "Sunday Honeybees") in 1990. The band's name is a reference to American poet Richard Brautigan, as Hachino described Read more on Last.fm
b-flower are a four-piece neo-acoustic band based in Kyoto, Japan, comprising of members Hideshi Hachino (vocals, guitar, lyrics), Wataru Okabe (drums), Masaru Miya (bass), and Hiroshi Suzuki (guitar). They were formed in the early eighties and self-released their debut EP "Nothing on Sunday" (also known as 日曜日のミツバチ, "Sunday Honeybees") in 1990. The band's name is a reference to American poet Richard Brautigan, as Hachino described in an interview: 'My favourite American poet Richard Brautigan once wrote a beautiful poem in which he likened roadside drunks to flowers from exotic countries, which inspired “Brautigan-Flower”, developing into “b-flower.”' Around the year 2000 the band went on hiatus, due to low sales and the ending of their contract with EMI. In November 2010 Hachino, Okabe, and new member Sakana Hosomi released the debut single of their new project Livingstone Daisy, "This World of Sorrow". Recently Hachino announced on his blog that in Spring, b-flower will be making a comeback with a new single release, joined by Hosomi.

Unfortunately, Miya has been involved in an personal situation leaving him unable to participate, but the members remain confident he will return at some point. The new single will be called "つまらない大人になってしまった" (Tsumaranai Otona ni Natteshimatta, I've Become a Boring Adult). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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