Pablo Honey

  1. Pablo Honey

NOMAD POP is a five-piece rock band that fuses Japan's unique lyricism with a sense of near-future under the theme of "Yukusue JoJo Pop", and releases a new song "Pablo Honey" about half a year after their EP "355", which was produced around the three worlds of "past, present and future". This song, which has been very popular in live, is one of the songs that framed the modern moratorium: "It's an era when everyone can be someone, but feel like can't be anything. The composition is inspired by pop + minimal music, with enveloping synth sounds and a band ensemble coloring the song, and a chorus full of openness in the chorus. As for the poem, it expresses the subtleties of scenery and soft emotions that anyone would have seen growing up.

NOMAD POP

Artist page