MONO 10th New Album

  1. God Bless
  2. After You Comes the Flood
  3. Breathe
  4. Nowhere, Now Here
  5. Far and Further
  6. Sorrow
  7. Parting
  8. Meet Us Where the Night Ends
  9. Funeral Song
  10. Vanishing, Vanishing Maybe
Out Now

MONO 20 Year Anniversary 10th Album

Nowhere Now Here

Release:
January 25, 2019
Labels:
Temporary Residence Ltd. (North America & Asia)
Pelagic Records (UK, Europe & Oceania)
Formats:
CD, LP & Digital
Tracks:
  1. God Bless
  2. After You Comes the Flood Stream / Film
  3. Breathe Stream / Music Video
  4. Nowhere, Now Here
  5. Far and Further
  6. Sorrow
  7. Parting
  8. Meet Us Where the Night Ends Stream
  9. Funeral Song
  10. Vanishing, Vanishing Maybe
Physical:
Temporary Residence Ltd.
CD - Custom slipcase
LP - Opaque Purple & Super Blood Moon Colored DLP in custom slipcase Limited to 1,000 copies
LP - Black DLP in custom slipcase

Pelagic Records
CD - Custom slipcase
LP - Color In Color DLP Limited to 250 copies
LP - Splatter DLP in custom slipcase Limited to 250 copies
LP - Smoke DLP in custom slipcase Limited to 500 copies
LP - Black DLP in custom slipcase

The conflict and correlation between dark and light is a universal theme with a historically rich history. Musically, perhaps no band in the 21st Century has mined that relationship more consistently or effectively than Japan’s MONO.

Across 10 albums in 20 years, MONO have convincingly reflected the quietest and most chaotic parts of life through their music. Their ever-expanding instrumental palette – which began in earnest in 1999 with the traditional guitar-bass-drums rock band setup – has evolved to include as many as 30 orchestral instruments. Now, on Nowhere Now Here, the band add electronics to their repertoire – perhaps inspired by guitarist/composer Takaakira ‘Taka’ Goto’s recent collaboration with John McEntire, the beguiling Behind the Shadow Drops. Nowhere Now Here also sees MONO’s first-ever lineup change, adding new drummer Dahm Majuri Cipolla (The Phantom Family Halo) to the core trio of Goto, Tamaki, and Yoda. Tamaki also makes her vocal debut here, singing into the shadows of vintage Nico on the poetically hazy “Breathe”.

The unlikely career of MONO has taken them to virtually every corner of the planet, several times over. Those corners have all left indelible marks on their music, as it drills deeper towards the sound of feeling not quite human and all too human – often at the same time.

/ Jeremy deVine (Temporary Residence Ltd.)

MONO x Julien Levy Official Film

After You Comes
The Flood

Directed by: Julien Levy
Music by: MONO
Starring: Aina Yamada, Ruko, Juri Ihata, Louis Rault Watanabe

Tokyo, 2018. A small laundromat at night.

Three young women are making fun of Anna for caring too much about her love life. But they will soon regret it as Anna's revenge plot will haunt them all night long. What follows is a pursuit through the streets of Tokyo during which fear and attraction collide.

Danger is never far in this film borrowing codes from both Hitchcock films and independent Japanese thrillers.

www.julienlevy.com

MONO x Julien Levy Official Music Video

Breathe

Directed by: Julien Levy
Music by: MONO

The second music video "Breathe" taken from the new album where Tamaki makes her vocals debut.

This piece was directed by French director Julien Levy, who also took care of the first single "After You Comes The Flood"'s short film, which was just released in September.

www.julienlevy.com

Nowhere Now Here

Upcoming World Tour

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Dec 10, 2019
Doornroosje
Nijmegen, NL
Dec 11, 2019
Botanique
Brussels, BE
Dec 12, 2019
Petit Bain
Paris, FR
Dec 14, 2019
Barbican Hall
London, UK
Mar 4, 2020
Rosemount Hotel
Perth, Australia
Mar 5, 2020
The Gov
Adelaide, Australia
Mar 6, 2020
Max Watts
Melbourne, Australia
Mar 7, 2020
Metro Theatre
Sydney, Australia
Mar 8, 2020
The Triffid
Brisbane, Australia
Mar 10, 2020
San Fran
Wellington, New Zealand
Mar 11, 2020
Galatos
Auckland, New Zealand
Jun 20, 2020
Hellfest Open Air
Clisson, France