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Nanimono
Cheers to Polkadot Stingray!
Date:30, Dec, 2020
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Hello. I'm here to mention about Nanimono. It is the 3rd full studio album of the Japanese rock band Polkadot Stingray, released in 2020 December. Have you ever heard them?


Polkadot Stingray was formed in 2015, debuted from Universal Sigma in 2017. There are four persons in the band. And the central figure must be Shizuku. She plays vocal and guitar, has written their songs.


Nanimono

Released on Dec. 16, 2020
Universal Music

01. トゲめくスピカ
02. FICTION
03. FREE
04. SQUEEZE
05. バケノカワ
06. SHAKE! SHAKE!(雫カリウタver.)
07. 阿吽
08. 女神
09. JET
10. ストップ・モーション
11. さよならイエロー
12. 化身
13. 何者


Blue lines are my recommendations.


Polkadot Stingray is originally the name of the ray. Why do they call themselves Polkadot Stingray? One day, Shizuku happened to hear the name from her mate. It sounded strongly unique, she got fond so much. Then she named her band Polkadot Stingray.

The four persons including Shizuku were all born in 90's. What on earth does it mean? They are almost unfamiliar with the 20th century. They were born in the end of the 20th century, but I suppose they are hard to remember those years. Of course, it is not wrong at all.

I was difficult feeling something like the 20th century pop music of Japan when I heard the songs of Nanimono. That was reasonable. The songs were created by those who didn't know the last century. I can say that I felt something new while listening to them. Good guys, Polkadot Stingray.

Their songs sound like the 21st century pop music. And I must admire. If I can request, I would like them to learn the 20th century music. Knowing past will make your future better. And their next work will fascinate us more. Anyway, now I'd like to thank to the good fortune that I knew them and their Nanimono. Cheers to Polkadot Stingray!



Polkadot Stingray Official Site (Japanese)





 

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