Yura Yura Teikoku’s music fused gentle psychedelia and classic punky rock and roll & roll sound. Shaped in Tokyo in 1989 by vocalist/guitarist Sakamoto Shintaro and bassist Kamekaya Chiyo, with drummer Shibata Ichiro completing a well balanced lineup in 1997, the music group was a fixture on Japan’s psychedelic underground picture for nearly ten years before 1998’s 333 became an urgent mainstream pop achievement. Agreed upon to Sony and frequently selling out main venues within their indigenous nation, Yura Yura Teikoku agreed upon to the small indie Mesh Crucial Records because of their U.S. produces, which started with 2005’s Special Place. The group’s last record was 2007’s Hollow Me, that was issued in the us in ’09 2009 combined with the one Gorgeous as Hollow Me/Gorgeous by DFA Information, which also released the Deknai/Nice Surrender solitary that 12 months. After Yura Yura Teikoku disbanded this year 2010, Sakamoto embarked on a single career, liberating his debut recording, How exactly to Live with a Phantom, in 2012.