OKAMOTO'S
OKAMOTO'S

OKAMOTO'S

About OKAMOTO'S

OKAMOTO’S is a genre-blending Japanese alternative rock band that’s had six consecutive Top 30 albums in Japan.

∙ Formed by four junior high school friends influenced by the Ramones, The Stooges, and MC5, OKAMOTO’S released their debut album, Here Are Okamoto’s, in 2009.
∙ The band’s self-titled 2013 LP, which featured the hit “Majime Ni Nattara Namida Ga Deruze,” was their first to reach the Top 30 of the Oricon Albums chart.
∙ “Headhunt,” their biggest-selling single to date, reached No. 26 in 2015.
∙ Their 2016 single “Brother” was featured as the theme song of the Japanese TV series Hibana: Spark.
BOY, which included the 2019 singles “Dreaming Man” and “Higher,” reached No. 13 on the Oricon Albums chart.
∙ In 2019, OKAMOTO’S collaborated with Japanese rappers Gottz, Tohji, and Shurkn Pap on a remix of the BOY track “ART.”

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