Fujiya & Miyagi Share “Personal Space”

Fujiya & Miyagi have shared their new single “Personal Space”. Prior to this, they shared the video for their recent single “Flashback”.

The Flashback LP is out 5/31 on Impossible Objects Of Desire.
01. Flashback
02. Personal Space
03. For Promotional Use Only
04. Fear of Missing Out
05. Subliminal
06. Dying Swan Act
07. Gammon

Brighton-based Fujiya & Miyagi have been making expansive, experimental and multifaceted electronic-driven music for twenty years now. As an outfit they have been as successful in their investigations into bleep as they have elongated Krautrock wig outs, and creating breathy electro pop as fiercely as they do post-punk-indebted scratchy dance. Their new album, Flashback, is to be released in May 2019 and it finds a group re-connecting with the potent music of their youth and connecting it with their well-learned musical chops as adults.

Fujiya & Miyagi first came to light with their 2002 album ‘Electro karaoke in the negative style’ which created the first glimpse of what was to become their distinctive sound of electronics and hushed vocals. It wasn’t until 2006 with the release of ‘Transparent Things’ that the group gained wider critical acclaim and became more widely known both in Europe and in North America. The album blended the groups love of 70’s German electronic Music, post-punk dance music and the sounds affiliated with labels such as Warp Records in the 1990s. They toured extensively during this period and also around 2009’s Lightbulbs album.

They then worked with LA based Producer Thom Monahan on 2011’s Ventriloquizzing. The record was a move away from the more electronic and dance orientated direction of their previous records with more emphasis on sounds and textures. After a three year gap Fujiya & Miyagi returned in 2014 with their most electronic album to date titled ‘Artificial Sweeteners’. Which returned to the working methods of their earlier records but with added vigour and experimentation. Between 2016 and 2017 they released a deeply ambitious three EP trilogy on their own imprint Impossible Objects of Desire in 2017. A carefully staged project that saw the group traverse disco, electro, pop, and the now synonymous 1970s Germany-inspired groove they so seamlessly ooze.

Fujiya & Miyagi 2019 Tour Dates:
05/29 – Brighton, UK @ Green Door Store
06/01 – London, UK @ Moth Club
06/08 – Seoul, KR @ DMZ Peace Train Music Festival
06/09 – Hong Kong, HK @ MOM Live House
06/11 – Shezhen, CN @ HOU Live House
06/13 – Shanghai, CN @ ModernSky Lab
06/14 – Hangzhou, CN @ MAO Livehouse Hanzhou
06/15 – Beijing, CN @ Omni Space
6/27 – Paris, FR @ Supersonic
7/13 – Zagreb, HR @ Tabor Film Festival
07/18 – Washington, DC @ DC9
07/19 – New York, NY @ Elsewhere
07/20 – Boston, MA @ Red Room Café 939
07/21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s