Photos: Kero Kero Bonito at the Regency Ballroom

Kero Kero Bonito (photo: Ian Young) Flamingoes and crocodiles, oh my! Kero Kero Bonito stopped by the Regency Ballroom on Wednesday night to play their sick beats to an enthusiastic crowd. The band played crowd favorites from their debut album, which featured a more chiptune, DIY sound, and heavier songs from their latest album Time n' Place. Enjoy these photos from the night's festivities below.    

By |October 31, 2019|Tags: |

Photos: Kero Kero Bonito at Great American Music Hall

Kero Kero Bonito (photo: Ian Young) Kero Kero Bonito brought a flamingo, a crocodile, and two bonus band members to their sold-out Easter Sunday show at Great American Music Hall. The crowd didn't show up empty-handed either: They brought costumes, glitter and an incredible amount of energy that saw moshing and crowdsurfing. Here's a gallery of photos from the party.

By |April 22, 2019|Tags: |

Photos: Kero Kero Bonito at DNA Lounge

Kero Kero Bonito (photo: Robert Alleyne) British band Kero Kero Bonito performed a lively set to at DNA Lounge earlier this week, April 19, 2017. That night also featured Parentz, and judging from the gallery below by our own Robert Alleyne, it looks like the passionate performers gave the enthusiastic crowd a lot to enjoy.

By |April 21, 2017|Tags: |

Kero Kero Bonito bring ‘international tanoshi sound’ to Swedish American Hall

London trio Kero Kero Bonito head back to the Bay Area this Sunday with a return appearance at Swedish American Hall in San Francisco, arriving a week before the release of their debut proper, Bonito Generation, out October 21. Comprised of producers Gus Lobban and Jamie Bulled and bubbly lead singer Sarah Midori Perry, the trio perform songs in a style they’ve labeled the “international tanoshi sound,” a seemingly uber-sincere, extra-bright slice of musical optimism that pulls equally from both J-Pop and Jamaican dancehall, and contains a bevy of direct and indirect video game references. It can feel a bit overwhelming on first listen [...]

By |October 12, 2016|Tags: |
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