Shonen Knife - Adventure (2016)

Published On: 16-05-2016, 11:07

Artist:Shonen Knife
Year Of Release:2016
Genre:Alternative Rock, Pop Punk
Total Time:34:40 min
Total Size:239 MB
WebSite:Album Preview

1. Jump into the New World (3:24)
2. Rock'n'roll T-Shirt (4:05)
3. Calabash (3:54)
4. Dog Fight (2:44)
5. Wasabi (2:57)
6. Green Tangerine (Kabosu) (3:57)
7. ImI (Emoji) (2:41)
8. Hawaii (3:14)
9. Tasmanian Devil (3:43)
10. Cotton Candy Clouds (4:05)

Japanese cult pop punk trio Shonen Knife celebrate their 35th Anniversary this year with a brand new album Adventure (out on 1 April via Damnably). They will be hitting the road for their most extensive UK and Eire tour in April, which includes a slot at the Stewart Lee curated All Tomorrow's Parties Festival.

Formed in Osaka by guitarist and chief songwriter Naoko in 1981, Japan's Shonen Knife rose from humble DIY beginnings crafting their own idiosyncratic songs, and fashioning their own brightly coloured outfits, to sharing a stage with Nirvana on their Nevermind tour, trailblazing a path for women in music and inspiring legions of bands.
For this, their 19th album, original drummer Atsuko returns to play bass, joining Naoko (vocals + guitar) and relative newcomer Risa on drums, whilst some bass parts were provided by regular member Ritsuko (who is on maternity leave) and Naru, who is a new official member and was in "Mummy The Peepshow" band a little while ago.

Adventure sees the band delving deeper in to the 70s rock leanings that they explored on their last album Overdrive. As Naoko explains; "passing through the 70s, the music genre which was born as rock'n'roll developed to ROCK. This album is like that." Musical references include Thin Lizzy, Motorhead and Deep Purple, but of course, this is Shonen Knife, so there is still an excitable pop element to the music. There are catchy hooks and 60s girl-group inspired harmonies along the way but the album is firmly rooted in 70s Rock.

Despite their 35 years as a band, Shonen Knife still sound as fresh and vital as they ever did. They have maintained their rightful place in the ever-changing indie rock scene as one of the most influential and beloved of Japanese rock exports. They recorded sessions for John Peel and appeared on MTV's ?Beavis and Butthead'. In 2010 the band played Matt Groening's curated ATP (and play the Stewart Lee curated festival in 2016), and have toured the UK, Europe, North America, China & Taiwan.

Live, they are tight with machine-precision, punching out fast, highly exciting sets of Punk, Pop, Rock & Metal hits, all coated with their own distinctively quirky and life-affirming charm. As they fast approach their biggest European tour to date, Shonen Knife's joy and invention shows no sign of fading. As Naoko says, "Let's Rock!"

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