SCANDAL (JP)
SCANDAL (JP)

SCANDAL (JP)

About SCANDAL (JP)

SCANDAL (JP) is an all-female rock band formed in the mid-2000s.

∙ In 2009, they were nominated for Best New Artist at the Japan Record Awards, which honor excellence in Japanese music.
∙ Beginning with 2009’s Best Scandal, each of the group’s full-length studio albums has placed in the Top 5 of both the Billboard Japan Top Albums chart and Oricon Albums Chart.
∙ “Take Me Out” was nominated for Best Teen Choice Award at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Japan.
∙ They’ve contributed opening themes for several anime TV series, including Bleach and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, as well as the ending theme for GeGeGe no Kitarō.
∙ In 2020, bassist Tomomi Ogawa and drummer Rina Suzuki became members of the Tigers Band, which performed the Hanshin Tigers’ fight song, “Rokko Oroshi,” for in-game entertainment.

  • ORIGIN
    Osaka, Japan
  • FORMED
    2006