Get nostalgic in the wake of the band’s hiatus.
“Thanks for all the memories guys. Hope to make more down the line.”
The musical equivalent of a running hi-five.
More colors and textures than a Power Point presentation.
Asobi Seksu, Liturgy, and Tera Melos provide support.
This one’s for you, Gulf Coast.
Does Fluorescence emit a neon glow?
A love note to abandoned places.
They’ve reached the major leagues.
This ain’t your average shoegaze.
For its fourth studio album, Asobi Seksu will look to offer a fresh take on songs spanning the band’s career, replacing “sonic layer of guitars with beautiful new arrangements achieved mainly through the use of acoustic instruments.”
The most important thing to know about Asobi Seksu‘s upcoming new studio album? “Hush was written while we felt destroyed,” reveals guitarist James Hanna. Adds singer Yuki Chikudate, “our last record was done under such stressful conditions, especially …