Hearts Grow

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Hearts Grow
Origin Japan
Genres Pop rock, soft rock, alternative rock
Years active 2006–2009
Labels Epic Records Japan
Website http://www.ajisaimusic.com/heartsgrow/
Members Chiaki
Haruna
Natsumi
Shintarō
Yūsuke
Past members Yūya

Hearts Grow was a Japanese band from Motobu, Okinawa. Their first single Grow!! was released independently (in limited quantities) on 19 April 2006. Hearts Grow made their major label debut on 18 October 2006, with the release of their first single Road. Their second single Yura Yura (ユラユラ?) was released in Japan on 6 December 2006. They are known for performing the ninth opening of Naruto, the fourth ending of Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z, the fourth opening for Gintama and the first opening of Tetsuwan Birdy: Decode.

As of late 2009 the band has been on hiatus. The lead singer Haruna plans on a solo career.[1]

Band members[edit]

Name Katakana Instrument Birth date
Haruna ハルナ Vocal 27 October 1986
Chiaki チアキ Keyboards & Vocal 23 October 1986
Natsumi ナツミ Guitar 24 May 1986
Shintarō シンタロウ Guitar 15 February 1987
Yūsuke ユウスケ Bass & Backup vocal 17 February 1988

Former[edit]

Name Katakana Instrument Birth date
Yūya( Left due to injuring his arm ) ユウヤ Drums 26 January 1987

Discography[edit]

Mini-Albums[edit]

Single Title Tracks Release date
1st ハーツグロウ
Hearts Grow
Futari (ふたり)
Smile
Tsuyoku (強く)
Human's Hearts
14 February 2005
2nd Grow!! Grow
Smile
Futari (ふたり)
Kame (カメ)
19 April 2006
3rd サマーチャンプルー
Summer Chanpuru
Chiisa na Koi no Uta (小さな恋のうた)
Himawari-Chanpuu, Rafutei, Spam Mix (ひまわり-ちゃんぷるう、らふてい、スパム Mix)
Shimanchu nu Takara (島人ぬ宝)
Road-Sweet Fuchagi Mix
BestFriend
Yura Yura-Ryukyu HAYASHI Mix (ユラユラ)
22 August 2007

Singles[edit]

Single Title Tracks Release date
1st Road
  1. Road
  2. Red Skateboard (赤いスケボー Akai Sukebō?)
  3. Road (Instrumental)
18 October 2006
2nd ユラユラ
Yura Yura
  1. Yura Yura?(ユラユラ)
  2. Story (物語 Monogatari?)
  3. Yura Yura (Instrumental)
6 December 2006
3rd ひまわり
Himawari
  1. Himawari
  2. Natsuiro (夏色)
  3. Himawari (Instrumental)
13 June 2007
4th かさなる影
Kasanaru Kage
  1. Kasanaru Kage
  2. Sorairo (ソライロ)
  3. Yell (エール)
  4. Kasanaru Kage (Instrumental)
23 January 2008
5th そら
Sora
  1. Sora(そら)
  2. Sora (Instrumental)
  3. Mirai Sketch (未来スケッチ Mirai Sukecchi?)
3 September 2008

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hiatus". 2009. Retrieved June 24, 2010. 

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