KEYTALK
KEYTALK

KEYTALK

About KEYTALK

Originally known as real, Japanese rock band KEYTALK adopted their current moniker in 2009, inspired by the title of song by jazz pianist Hiromi Uehara.

∙ Following a string of limited-edition indie singles—all of which sold out—the group issued their debut album, One Shot Wonder, in 2013.
∙ In 2015, they contributed theme music to two anime series: “Oukaranman” opened Rin-ne while “Starring Star” closed episodes of Dragon Ball Super.
∙ KEYTALK’s 2015 album, HOT!, shot to No. 4 on the Japanese charts and was then bested two years later by the LP PARADISE.
∙ The group performed at Japan’s famed Budokan arena for the first time in 2015, and the subsequent concert DVD went to No. 4 on the Japanese charts.
∙ Ahead of the release of their 2017 single “Setsunayumemishi,” the band partnered with a Japanese train line, temporarily installing KEYTALK songs as departure melodies at several stations.

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