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Yorushika is a Japanese rock duo founded in 2017 represented by Universal Music Japan. The group is composed of N-buna, a former vocaloid music producer, and Suis, a female vocalist. The group's music are described as "passionate" and "upbeat", serving as a contrast to the heavier lyrics, which often explore ideas such as love and human emotion and draw from works of literature including Masuji Ibuse and Jules Verne. The name "Yorushika" is taken from a lyric in their song "Kumo to Yūrei": "Yoru shika mō nemurezu ni". The eye-designed logo mark is a motif of two moons facing each other and also serves as a clock hand, portraying the time "from 6:00 to night". The duo is extremely secretive, never publicly revealing their faces or holding many concerts. As of date, Yorushika has only held three concerts, one in July 2017, one in August 2019, and another in January 2021.

Origin Japan
Genres J-pop, rock, pop, pop rock
Years active 2017–present
Labels Universal Music Japan

About Yorushika

Japanese rock duo known for their juxtaposition of "passionate" and "upbeat" production and instrumentation fused with heavier lyrical content. Their third studio album Plagiarism peaked at the number 2 position on Japan's popular albums chart.

Achievement of Yorushika

In 2021, the duo was nominated for the Best Pop Artist award at the Space Shower Music Awards. 

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Latest information about Yorushika updated on July 28 2021.