While indie-rock forward-thinkers Shinsei Kamattechan continue to be strictly a very Japanese phenomenon, we have the feeling they could care less. After all, their latest video might be as Japanese as it get — or at least without turning into some massively frustrating cliché.
Taken from the band's recent mini-album Natsu. Install, the video is from the track "Kitto Yoku Naru Sa." Throughout, we get to witness a whole bunch of common people living their daily lives, from book store clerks, to taxi drives, to commuters and burnt-out salary men. All the while, ever-charismatic frontman Noko and co. prowl the streets before doing an outdoors-set show.
Watch it play out above. -- Stereogum
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