The Japanese House

The Japanese House announces ‘Something Has To Change’ EP and tour, shares title track

The Japanese House has announced details of her new EP 'Something Has To Change', as well as sharing the title track and confirming details...

The Japanese House teases new music coming this week

The Japanese House has told her fans that she'll be releasing new music later this week. Read more: The Big Read – The Japanese House:...

The Japanese House reveals the meaning behind ‘Maybe You’re The Reason’

The Japanese House released her debut album 'Good At Falling' last month, and it's a heady electro-pop dissection of falling out of love and...

Chvrches, The Japanese House and more added to Latitude Festival 2019 line-up

Latitude Festival have added more names to their 2019 line-up - with Chvrches, The Japanese House, and The Futureheads leading the new announcement. The Suffolk festival takes...

VO5 Heading Out: Polly O’Connell catches The Japanese House at NME’s Girls To The Front

"Grimy but great" Polly headed to The Shacklewell Arms for NME's Girls To The Front night – "a grimy, east London pub, great for gigs...

The Japanese House and Beabadoobee played a tiny free gig last night

Monday night (25 Jan) was the second of NME's Girls To The Front shows – gigs supporting female and non-binary talent – at London's...

The Big Read – The Japanese House: “There’s emotion captured in my music, forever”

Between the hazy pictures, low key early gigs and the intangible music, the mystery surrounding The Japanese House, aka 23-year-old Amber Bain, could seem contrived. It is however, borne of a shyness that speaks to her gossamer pop sound. As she prepares to release debut album 'Good At Falling' on March 1, and ahead of her performance at NME's Girls To The Front on February 25, she opens up to El Hunt about how heartbreak, ambition and a love of The Lion King got her to where she is today.

“They’re at the peak of their powers” – Dirty Hit’s Jamie Oborne tells us about the future of The 1975 and what’s next for...

The 1975's label boss Jamie Oborne has given some insight into the band's highly ambitious plans for the future, as well as discussing his...
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