BRATS stalk the streets of Hollywood in new music video for “No more No more”

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BRATS No more No more Hollywood

BRATS has released their new music video “No more No more”, the second of the band’s seven straight singles planned for 2020.

Shot on the streets of Hollywood, California, the music video shows the band members bathed in the city’s neon lights as they sing about the modern temptations of money and insta-fame culture from a young woman’s point of view.

BRATS – “No more No more” (MV)

“The theme of this song is about those who have lost their way and become trapped by money. You need money to live, but you don’t want to lose your heart,” said vocalist Rei Kuromiya.

“Shooting in Hollywood was a really new experience for us. When we shoot in Japan, there are lots of people watching, lots of eyes on you, so it’s easy to become a little self-conscious and maybe you’re not always expressing yourself freely. But in Hollywood and the U.S., people don’t really hold back that much when they’re in public, so they’re not that interested in other people around them. So we didn’t really care and could just be ourselves.”

“No more No more” is available now on digital services worldwide:
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BRATS No more No more Hollywood

BRATS No more No more Hollywood

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ABOUT BRATS
BRATS is the Japanese girls band formed by sisters Rei Kuromiya and Aya Kuromiya. Their music expresses the bold, loud sound of today’s Japanese youth.

Rei Kuromiya (vocals)
Aya Kuromiya (bass)
Hinako (guitar)

BRATS began in August 2011 when Rei Kuromiya became a vocalist at the age of 10. Rei’s sister Aya Kuromiya plays the bass, and Aya’s friend Hinako plays the guitar.

BRATS released the song “Ainikoiyo” in 2016 as the opening theme for the anime series To Be Hero, and the follow-up single “Nounai Shoukyo Game” was chosen for the feature film action comedy Slavemen.

In 2017, BRATS returned to the stage for their March 29 “Reborn” concert at Ikebukuro Live Inn Rosa, the band’s first live event in over 2 years. BRATS released their double-single “Ainikoiyo”/“Nounai Shoukyo Game” worldwide on June 21, 2017. Their debut album BRATS was released July 25, 2018.

BRATS made their overseas concert debut in January 2019 at “AMBITIOUS GIRLS SERIES 1” at West Bridge Hall in Seoul, South Korea. The band performed at Wake Up Festival in Taiwan in July and returned to Korea for Jeonju Ultimate Music Festival in August. BRATS made their USA debut at Anime Los Angeles in January 2020.

BRATS No more No more Hollywood

BRATS No more No more Hollywood

BRATS Rei Kuromiya

BRATS No more No more Hollywood

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