Japanese Voyeurs

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Japanese Voyeurs
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Japanese Voyeurs in concert
Background information
OriginLondon, England
GenresGrunge, alternative metal, alternative rock, sludge rock
Years active2007–2012
Associated actsDinosaur Pile-Up, Hawk Eyes
WebsiteOfficial Webpage
MembersRomily Alice
Johnny Seymour
Tom Lamb
Rikki Waldron
Steve Wilson

Japanese Voyeurs was a British band from London, England, formed in 2007. The line up was: Romily Alice, Johnny Seymour, Tom Lamb, Rikki Waldron and Steve Wilson.

The band's first release was Sicking and Creaming, a 2009 EP. In 2010, they released the double A-side of That Love Sound and Blush. In March 2011, they flew to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to record their debut album, Yolk, with Garth Richardson. They released Yolk on 11 July 2011.[1] In July 2011, they opened for Slash at a number of concerts.

On 8 March 2012, the band split up, stating on their Facebook page that 'we simply can't afford to keep doing the band'.[2] Drummer Steve Wilson left to join Hawk Eyes and bassist Johnny Seymour joined Dinosaur Pile-Up. They have also stated that their last show will be soon to follow.

Band members[edit]

  • Johnny Seymour - bass
  • Rikki Waldron - keyboard
  • Romily Alice - vocals, guitar
  • Steve Wilson - drums
  • Tom Lamb - guitar

Discography[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • Sicking and Creaming (2009)

Albums[edit]

  • Yolk (2011)
  • B-Sides and Rarities (2012)

Singles[edit]

  • Smother Me (2010)
  • Milk Teeth (2010)
  • That Love Sound / Blush (2010)
  • Get Hole (2011)
  • Cry Baby (2011)

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