J-POP stars in germany!


fhána LIVE in Germany!


The Japanese quartet fhána bridges the gap between familiar J-pop/J-rock and Anime song.

The band consists of four people: Three male sound producers (Junichi Sato, yuxuki waga and kevin mitsunaga) and a female vocalist (towana). Their work has come to soundtrack some of the biggest anime in Japan, and helped build a big following.

The band came together in 2012, though the line-up didn’t solidify until the end of the year when towana became fhána’s fixed vocalist. They made their major debut in Aug. 2013 by releasing the single “Que Sera, Sera,” which also served as the ending theme for the animated series “Uchouten Kazoku.”

They only gained momentum from there, releasing more numbers doubling as themes for anime. E.g.: Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon / Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Haruchika, Gingitsune, Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou, Sora no Method, Witch Craft Works, Comet Lucifer, Tales of Zestiria the X, Knights & Magic, Uchoten Kazoku und many more!

Beyond that, they were also crafting socially conscious tunes, such as 2014’s digital single “View from New World Line.” That one highlights the four-pieces’ approach to music clearly, featuring songs leaping between rock and synth-pop, complete with lyrics about life after the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami. By the end of 2014, "fhána" was elected as the brightest newcomer of the year in “iTunes NEW ARTISTS 2014” ranking.

At the start of 2018, they released their 13th single, “My Uncompleted Story,” which doubles as the opening theme for the anime “Maerchen Maedchen.” They continue to strike a balance between their own genre-blurring musicality by being in charge of the theme songs they create for animated series. But they find plenty of success away from cartoons too ― just take their loose-limbed 2017 single “Rhapsody of Blue Sky,” which currently boasts over 25 million views on YouTube.

The band also tour both domestically and internationally, and work with other artists as well. Yet in all they do, they find a way to make sure their own musical perspective comes through clearly.

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