Sakura’s J-pop Corner ~ Goose House Release Two New Albums ! ! !

Goose House

Goose House

Hi There J-poppers ! ! !

Just a super quick post to let you know that everyone’s favorite Musical Workers Collective will be releasing two new albums simultaneously on the 25th February Which is tomorrow ! ! !

They have made a really typically kooky and charming advertisement and if you click the continue reading you will be able to see it and also a the video for the current single.

The two albums are called Milk and Bitter respectively.

Milk is described as having a pop and energetic sound and Bitter a more mature sound.  Kei Takebuchi explains the difference in very good English at about one minute and ten seconds in the promo video.  (I am really jealous of her accent ! ! ! )

Here is the promo-video that Goose House made to announce the simultaneous release of the two new albums Milk and Bitter.

Goose House Promo for Milk and Bitter


Current Single – Hikarunara (  live in the living room version )


Bye for now J-poppers ! ! !

3 thoughts on “Sakura’s J-pop Corner ~ Goose House Release Two New Albums ! ! !

  1. Excellent English from the young Japanese musician there. Accent a little “American” but I suppose we can forgive that ( sort of).
    How I wish more bands were as fun as Geesehouses are.

    • Hi Mr P ! ! !

      They are great fun ! ! !

      I have tickets to see them in April – the full band actually – they are starting a tour of Japan in April and the first concert is at Zepp Tokyo so I am really looking forward to that.

      I saw the Migiwa / Johnny / Manami (two of the girls and one of the boys) sub group in January which was great, It was in Moon Romantic in Ayoyama which is like some where between Harajuku and Roppongi so it was quite close to my apartment. It is a small venue and very intimate and a great concert. I think I told you about it before . .

      Thank you for reading and taking the time to comment ! ! !

      Love you forever

      Sakura x x x

      • I just like the way they do things, very “natural” and they seem to be having a lot of fun without worrying too much about being “cool” and all that rubbish.
        Good on them, I say.

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