New Pants

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The cover of the band's self-named first album 1998

New Pants (Chinese: 新裤子乐队; pinyin: xinkuzi yuedui) is a Chinese pop-punk band.[1][2] Established in 1996, it is a combination of modernsky (https://www.modernsky.com). Band members (2019): Peng Lei (vocals), Pang Kuan (keyboard), Zhao Meng (bes), Hayato (drums)

In 2019, the New Pants participated in the variety show "The Big Band" of the iQiyi and won the championship (Hot 1)

Discography[edit]

Albums:

  • 1998 新裤子
  • 2000 Disco Girl
  • 2002 我们是自动的
  • 2006 龙虎人丹
  • 2008 野人也有爱
  • 2009 Go East
  • 2011 SEX DRUGS INTERNET
  • 2016 生命因你而火热

MV[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jeroen de Kloet China with a Cut: Globalisation, Urban Youth and Popular Music 2010- Page 88 "The first album by Catcher in the Rye and the albums of Underground Baby, New Pants, and The Flowers are grouped under the label pop-punk. All record companies are trying to cash in on the pop-punk rage of the late 1990s: Underground Baby was released by Magic Stone (1998), New Pants by Modern Sky (1998, 2000, 2002, 2006 & 2008), Catcher in the Rye by Red Star and Dong Music...... Until 2008, the bands kept on selling well, securing a remarkably stable place in Beijing's rock culture.
  2. ^ Edward L. Davis - Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture 2009 -- Page 712 "The concert is remembered as a milestone in the PRG's rock history which made Beijing's new rock culture publicly known ... and pop-punk bands such as Catcher in the Rye (Maitian shouwangzhe), The Flowers (Hua'er), New Pants (Xin kuzi) ..."