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New York City, New York, United States | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Band Pop Punk


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1st Demo "UZUHI" (2004)
2nd Demo "MY WAY"(2006)
3rd Demo "IN THE SUN" (2006)
4th Demo "Uzuhi" (2007)

1st Album "UZUHI" (2008 Raise The Sun Records)
2nd Album "ongaku" (2009 Self-Released)



Far East from their Mother Land, in New York City, The Japanese Punk Rock band, Uzuhi, was born in Fall 2004.
Uzuhi means “the Sun” in Japanese. The origin of the name came directly from their strong creed of music, “Music Has No Borders.”
As the Sun shines the world, Uzuhi plays music toward the world.

When they just got formed, they could tend to be categorized as a Heavy Rock or Hard Core band.
However, due to the secessions of the bassist and drummer, the singer and guitarist got obliged to play as a something else.
After several months of silence, the decision they made was the challenge as an Acoustic Punk Rock 2-piece band.
Their challenge kept going for a year and finally, they could encounter with new members of a pianist and drummer and got reborn as a new style of Uzuhi in 2007.
They have played at many famous venues in New York City such as CBGB and KNITTING FACTORY. They also have played in other states such as NJ, CT, DC and MA when they went to East Coast tour in Summer 2008.
They are trying to create their own Punk Rock. And their positive and challengeable actions make people supportive with Uzuhi steadily.

The boisterous but delicate drum beats.
The elegant but brave keyboard sounds.
The rageful and crazy guitar shouts.
The earnest and passionate vocal performances.

Notes can’t form the power of their music.
Uzuhi’s show crosses over races, sexes, ages, and any borders, and it fascinates, bewitches, and leads anyone to the earnest impression.
What is the real happiness in the world?
The answer should be at their show.

Uzuhi screams from their spirit,
“Music is not what we look at. Music is not what we listen to.
But Music is what we feel!!!”