As pop lovers, it is hard to completely ignore the J-pop market since Japan is the center of one of the most inventive musical industries. The mysterious band (we are actually not even sure that it is a band) The Hotpantz shared second single “Nowhereland”
The music is intense and extremely catchy, mixing italo-disco with straight up J-pop. It can remind the works of Carly Rae Jepsen, since it sounds as a fresh air of pop happiness and the Canadian sweetheart never denied the connection between her music and Japanese inspirations. The video is a conjoint work by design geeks that are not only located in Japan and it simply adds more fun to the music, creating an animated fantasy.
Bonus:You can listen to the first single “Beachside Lover” below.
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