Search Results for "Ogikubo Station"

Ogikubo Station announce new EP, stream new video

Ogikubo Station has announced they will be releasing their new EP, Okinawan Love Songs, on June 14th via Asian Man Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new EP, the band has released a music video for the song “Would I Break My Heart Enough For You.”  You can check it out, along with the bands’ upcoming UK tour dates, below.

Ogikubo Station last released We Can Pretend Like in August 2018, also via Asian Man.



Ogikubo Station stream new album “We Can Pretend Like”

Beautifully poignant and harmonious words of wisdom streaming out of Maura Weaver here accompanied by a  melodious plucking-guitar arrangement delivered by the one-and-only Mike Park.” 

This pair is now streaming their new album “We Can Pretend Like.” These guys are also hitting the road with Alkaline Trio in celebration of their highly anticipated album “Is This Thing Cursed?”

Check out the new digs below!



Watch: Ogikubo Station release new video, “We Can Pretend Like”

Beautifully poignant and harmonious words of wisdom streaming out of Maura Weaver here accompanied by a  melodious plucking-guitar arrangement delivered by the one-and-only Mike Park.

Ogikubo Station is currently gearing up to hit the road with Alkaline Trio and Together PANGEA in August.

See that schedule and stream the new video for “We Can Pretend Like” below.



Okigubo Station (pop punk) announce new album, release video

Okigubo Station, the new band featuring Asian Man Records founder and current/past member of such bands as Skankin’ Pickle, The Chinkees, and The Bruce Lee Band, Mike Park, and Maura Weaver of the on-hiatus band Mixtapes, have announced that they will be releasing their first full-length, We Can Pretend Like, on August 24 via Asian Man. 

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album, the band has released a video for their song “Take A Piece Of All That’s Good,” which you can check out below.

Okigubo Station last released their self-titled EP in 2017.