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    Default Perfect Piano Lesson



    Members:
    Yuichi Shirane: Vocals, guitar
    Takura Oya: Bass
    Kunizo Katsuya: Drums

    Perfect Piano Lession actually has nothing to do with piano music, although their soft playing carries with it the same sort of tone. Formed in 2001, Perfect Piano Lesson performs entirely in English, as many Japanese indie bands do, but with slightly better pronunciation. Not to be confused with the fact that the lyrics are hard to make out, as a result of Shirane’s high-pitched singing which borders on whispering, hidden behind tightly wrapped melody. Their sound is most easily summarized by that seemingly all encompassing “alternative”, but they contain elements of pop, punk, post-rock, and math rock, all tightly woven together. They have released a demo, Two Hundred and Forty One Mondays, a full-length album titled Modernize., and an EP titled Terra Incognita.


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    "The color fades along the intervals I follow."

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    Thanks for posting this band. I adore this style of music. Vocals are slightly hard to understand but of course they're not English and they sing with sincerity anyway.

    They remind me of This Town Needs Guns. Very similiar

    But yeah, great band
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnifeParty View Post
    Thanks for posting this band. I adore this style of music. Vocals are slightly hard to understand but of course they're not English and they sing with sincerity anyway.

    They remind me of This Town Needs Guns. Very similiar

    But yeah, great band
    Actually, they are in english...well..."Engrish", being as he's not actually fluent.

    I could never really get into TTNG myself. I love this band, though.

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    not really my bag of nuts but i can appreciate their vibe for sure.

    except the drummer, too much syncopation. he needs to know when to play in the pocket i think. maybe their other stuff is different but i'm just going with the song posted above

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    That's what I mean, he's singing Engrish. Sounds like a nice enough attempt really. Some mainstream indie bands you can't understand anyway.

    Really?
    Not even the Animals album?
    Baboon is a tune ^^
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