Nature Living is a Japanese post hardcore/ emo band composed of Seiichiro (vocals), Konchi (guitar, vocals), Kenta (guitar), Takashi(bass, chorus), Toru (drums), and Kayo (keyboard).
Nature living started off back in early 1999. Organization by Seiichiro (Vocal), Takashi (Bass), Konchi (Guitar), Yuya (Guitar-Now in START OF THE DAY), Toru (drums). In the summer of 2001 Yuya left, but then was replaced by Nao. Also in the fall of 2003 Kayo joined on the keyboard. Now they are 6 piece band.
They have been influenced by Starmarket, Mineal, Texas is the reason, keepsake, Thursday, Jimmy Eat World, As Friends Rust, Lifetime, Mock Orange, Penfold and many more. The band's musical genre has been described as Emo, Screamo, Hardcore, Melodic punk. To them, the most important things to making songs is melody and emotion. In the their shows they try to convey their music with all their might and feeling and try to share it with a as broad as possible crowd.
The first album “Thirst for lust” was released at November 2000 and sold over 3000 copies in Japan. Also they joined 5 compilation album until now. 3 compilation album was join many foreign bands. 2002, Oct Join these artist Elliot (USA), Days away (USA), Junction 18 (USA), Glasshead (Canada), Lather than life (USA), The chase theory (USA), Commnplace (USA), The rise park (USA), meat buns (Japan), The local art (Japan). 2003, June Join these artist Stramaket (Sweden), Solea (ex-teaxas is the reason)(USA), Penfold (USA), The chase theory (USA), Coach (Germany), Get well soon (USA), 2004, April hidden in plain view, Snuff, The Gamits, fall out boy, Anomy tip, Allister, The fairlanes, Fonarellies, and other Japanese bands.
Second album “There is still some hope” release June, 2002. Also Nature Living new song will be join compilation album from deepelm records. Out of spring 2005. Nature Living have over 300,000 people downloads from PUREVOLUME.COM.
On June 7th 2006 a new full length album “Thereof” was released.
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