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Legendary super-fun pop punk band Shonen Knife hail from Osaka, Japan. The group formed in 1981, inspired by The Beatles, The Ramones and Buzzcocks. They’ve amassed fans over decades with their unique sound, gaining popularity in North America, U.K. and Europe.

 

Shonen Knife were revered by the likes of Nirvana, Sonic Youth and Red Cross.

The band have played to adoring crowds at London’s All Tomorrow’s Parties, Austin’s Fun Fun Fest, Fuji Rock in Japan, Primavera Sound and Lollapalooza. They also supported Nirvana and The Ramones!

 

They once recorded a track called Buttercup (I'm A Supergirl) for Cartoon Network's popular kids show, The Powerpuff Girls.

 

The Japanese cult heroes are one of the few all-female rock acts from the 80’s who continue to perform to audiences worldwide. It’s a rare treat to catch them live, and with a new album to be released this year, it’s going to be a super-fun show!
 

“... these sweethearts of the underground translate American power pop into a language all their own” - Rolling Stone

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SHONEN KNIFE

 

Legendary super-fun pop punk band Shonen Knife hail from Osaka, Japan. The group formed in 1981, inspired by The Beatles, The Ramones and Buzzcocks. They’ve amassed fans over decades with their unique sound, gaining popularity in North America, U.K. and Europe.

 

Shonen Knife were revered by the likes of Nirvana, Sonic Youth and Red Cross.

The band have played to adoring crowds at London’s All Tomorrow’s Parties, Austin’s Fun Fun Fest, Fuji Rock in Japan, Primavera Sound and Lollapalooza. They also supported Nirvana and The Ramones!

 

They once recorded a track called Buttercup (I'm A Supergirl) for Cartoon Network's popular kids show, The Powerpuff Girls.

 

The Japanese cult heroes are one of the few all-female rock acts from the 80’s who continue to perform to audiences worldwide. It’s a rare treat to catch them live, and with a new album to be released this year, it’s going to be a super-fun show!

 

“... these sweethearts of the underground translate American power pop into a language all their own” - Rolling Stone

 

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