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TOKYO’S OTONANA TRIO ep ‘JUMP: The Remixes’ out JUNE 15 + U.S. TOUR JUNE 14 – 30

OTONANA TRIO hails from Tokyo, Japan but they love playing the U.S., touring stateside at least twice a year. Fans await their return to sing, dance and wave flags in celebration of ‘ramen wars’ and buying the band beers on command.  Otonana’s new EP Jump remixes five of their concert favorites for a new take on their “party punk funk” songs from previous albums.

Grammy-winning producer Robert Cutarella (Eric Clapton, Sting, Cyndi Lauper) brings a modish retro treatment to the tracks, tapping Danceteria + Hacienda Club eras paired with bites of lead singer Kentaro Saito’s crazy-fun vocals and lyrics and signature bass riffs from Kazuhisa Maesawa.  “We love having people dance at our shows, so we hope this will keep everyone dancing!” says Kentaro.

Jump: The Remixes releases June 15, 2018 on Mesa Blue Moon Recordings, via Ingrooves / Univeral Music.


June14   Houston          Spruce Goose
June 15  Monroe, LA    Sal’s
June 16   Huntsville      CopperTop
June 17   Little Rock     EJ’s
June 18   Norman, OK  The Deli
June 20   Scottsdale     The Rogue Bar
June 21   Los Angeles  Cafe Nela
June 22   Anaheim        Doll Hut
June 24   El Paso          The Rockhouse
June 25   Dallas             RBC
June 26   New Orleans  Poor Boys
June 28   Galveston       Daquiri Time Out
June 28   Austin             Hole in the Wall
June 29   College Station Revolution
June 30   San Antonio    Imagine

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