Silent Siren

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Silent Siren
Silent Siren in 2016
Background information
Also known asSaisai (サイサイ)
OriginJapan
GenresRock, J-pop
Years active2010 (2010)–present
LabelsBrand-New Music (2012)
Dreamusic (2012–2016)
EMI (2017–present)
Websitesilent-siren.com
MembersSumire Yoshida
Hinako Umemura
Aina Yamauchi
Yukako Kurosaka
Past membersAyana Sōgawa

Silent Siren (サイレントサイレン, Sairento Sairen, stylized as SILENT SIREN) is a Japanese all-female band. It was formed in 2010 of amateur models for fashion magazines.[1][2] They are represented by Platinum Production.

History[edit]

Known to their fans as "SaiSai",[3] Silent Siren released their first single, Sweet Pop! on November 14, 2012, and have reached Oricon's Top 10 with 12 singles and 3 albums.[4][5] On January 17, 2015, Silent Siren performed their first solo at Nippon Budokan, thus becoming the fastest girl band to perform there since their debut.[6][7]

Silent Siren has created theme songs for anime series Onyankopon[8] and Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion,[9] the live-action film of Anohana,[10] and the Japanese restaurant chain Tenkaippin.[11]

Members[edit]

Stage name
[12][13]
Real name
[12][13]
Birthdate
[12]
Origin
[12]
Position
[12][13]
Suu (すぅ) Sumire Yoshida (吉田 菫) (1992-12-28)December 28, 1992 Fukushima, Japan Vocals / Guitar
Hinanchu (ひなんちゅ) Hinako Umemura (梅村 妃奈子) (1991-03-13)March 13, 1991 Tokyo, Japan Drums
Ainyan (あいにゃん) Aina Yamauchi (山内 あいな)[14] (1988-07-03)July 3, 1988 Kanagawa, Japan Bass
Yukarun (ゆかるん) Yukako Kurosaka (黒坂 優香子) (1989-06-06)June 6, 1989 Saitama, Japan Keyboard
Former members
  • Kubo Naoki (クボ ナオキ) — guitar (2010-2012)
  • (Yana) Ayana Sōgawa (寒川 綾奈) — synthesizer (2010-2012)
Supporting members
  • Kubo Naoki (クボ ナオキ) — manipulator in charge (2012–present)
  • Michie (みっちー) — guitar in charge (2012-2015)

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

No. Title Release date Oricon
Weekly
Single
Chart
[4]
1 "Sweet Pop!" November 14, 2012 23
2 "Stella" (stella☆) February 20, 2013 19
3 "Bīsan" (ビーサン) August 14, 2013 10
4 "I×U" October 30, 2013 9
5 "Lucky Girl" (ラッキーガール) June 18, 2014 6
6 "BANG!BANG!BANG!" August 13, 2014 10
7 "Koi Yuki" (恋い雪) December 3, 2014 10
8 "KAKUMEI" January 14, 2015 8
9 "Hapimari" (ハピマリ) June 10, 2015 8
10 "Hachigatsu no Yoru" (八月の夜) August 5, 2015 8
11 "alarm" November 4, 2015 5
12 "Fujiyama Disco" (フジヤマディスコ) March 1, 2017 5
13 "AKANE/Awa Awa" (AKANE/あわあわ) May 24, 2017 8
14 "Just Meet" (ジャストミート) October 11, 2017 6
15 "19 summer note." July 11, 2018 14
16 "Go Way!" November 14, 2018 12

Digital singles

  • "Want Chu" (want CHU♡) (October 12, 2012)
  • "Wakamono Kotoba" (ワカモノコトバ) (December 12, 2015)
  • "Tenkaippin no Theme" (天下一品のテーマ) (March 19, 2018)

Albums[edit]

Mini-albums[edit]

No. Title Release date Oricon
Weekly
Album
Chart
[5]
1 "Saisai" (サイサイ) February 8, 2012 179
2 "Love Shiru" (ラブシル) July 4, 2012 193

Studio albums[edit]

No. Title Release date Oricon
Weekly
Album
Chart
[5]
1 "Start" (Start→) April 10, 2013 16
2 "31 Wonderland" February 12, 2014 4
3 "Silent Siren" (サイレントサイレン) February 24, 2015 7
4 "S" March 2, 2016 3
5 "GIRLS POWER" December 27, 2017 6
6 "31313" March 13, 2019 7

Compilation albums[edit]

No. Title Release date Oricon
Weekly
Album
Chart
[5]
1 "Silent Siren Selection" March 1, 2017 9

Video Releases[edit]

No. Title Release date Oricon
Weekly
DVD
Chart
[15]
1 "Silent Siren Music Clips I" March 12, 2014 27
2 "Silent Siren Live Tour 2013 Fuyu ~Saisai Issaisai Konosai Asobi ni Kichainasai~ @Zepp DiverCity Tokyo" (Silent Siren Live Tour 2013冬~サイサイ1歳祭 この際遊びに来ちゃいなサイ!~@Zepp DiverCity TOKYO) March 12, 2014 19
3 "Silent Siren Live Tour 2014→2015 Fuyu ~Budoukan e GO! Siren GO!~ @Nippon Budokan" (Silent Siren Live Tour 2014→2015冬~武道館へGO!サイレンGO!@日本武道館) April 22, 2015 19
4 "Saisai TV! Ocha no Musume Saisai ~ Watashitachi Girls Band desu ga..." (サイサイてれび! おちゃの娘サイサイ~私たちガールズバンドですが…) December 9, 2015 14
5 "Silent Siren 2015 Nenmatsu Special Live “Kakugo to Chousen”" (Silent Siren 2015年末スペシャルライブ「覚悟と挑戦」) April 13, 2016 9
6 "Silent Siren Live Tour 2016 S no Tame ni S wo Nerae! Soshite Subete ga S ni Naru @Yokohama Arena" (Silent Siren Live Tour 2016 Sのために Sをねらえ! そしてすべてがSになる@横浜アリーナ) December 21, 2016 34
7 "5th ANNIVERSARY SILENT SIREN LIVE TOUR 2017 “Shinsekai” Nippon Budokan ~Kiseki~" (5th ANNIVERSARY SILENT SIREN LIVE TOUR 2017「新世界」日本武道館 ~奇跡~) March 7, 2018 9
8 "Tenkaippin presents SILENT SIREN LIVE TOUR 2018 ~“Girls will be Bears” TOUR~ @Toyosu PIT" (天下一品 presents SILENT SIREN LIVE TOUR 2018 ~"Girls will be Bears" TOUR~ @豊洲PIT) October 17, 2018 7

Collaborations / Other[edit]

  • [2013.07.10] "Lovely Kiss 2 mixed" by DJ SHIMA☆YURI with Go Go Friends (#10 Sweet Pop! / Silent Siren)
  • [2014.06.25] "Lovely Kiss 3 mixed" by DJ SHIMA☆YURI with Go Go Friends (#3 Besan / Silent Siren)

Photobooks[edit]

[2014.03.03] "Wonderbook"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "読モバンドSilent Sirenに黒坂優香子が加入 「人生初」ライブに感激" (in Japanese). Oricon. 2012-09-13. Retrieved 2014-03-08.
  2. ^ 【編集長の目っ!】注目のガールズバンド・“サイサイ”って? (in Japanese). Oricon. 2012-11-13. Retrieved 2014-03-08.
  3. ^ "Silent Siren make some noise". Tokyo Journal. October 17, 2016. Retrieved January 1, 2018
  4. ^ a b "Silent Sirenのシングルランキング │ ORICON NEWS" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2017-01-12.
  5. ^ a b c d "Silent Sirenのアルバムランキング │ ORICON NEWS" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2017-01-12.
  6. ^ "Silent Siren realizes a dream, in the Budokan's one man at the pink in the venue". Natalie Music News. January 18, 2015. Retrieved January 2, 2018
  7. ^ PLUS,INC., GLOBAL. "Silent Siren: Fastest ever girl band to play at Nippon Budokan". BARKS. Retrieved 2018-07-01.
  8. ^ "Female Band Silent Siren Sing Theme Song For Onyankopon 3DCG 'Dance' Anime". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2019-01-08.
  9. ^ "SILENT SIREN Digitally Release New Single 'Go Way!' & Music Video". MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON | もしもしにっぽん. 2018-10-30. Retrieved 2019-01-08.
  10. ^ Reileen (2015-07-05). "Silent Siren Sings for Live-Action "Anohana" + New MV "Hachi-gatsu no Yoru"". ARAMA! JAPAN. Retrieved 2019-01-08.
  11. ^ "SILENT SIREN Begin Nationwide Solo Tour Across Japan!". MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON | もしもしにっぽん. 2018-03-21. Retrieved 2019-01-08.
  12. ^ a b c d e "Profile". Silen Siren official site. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  13. ^ a b c "SILENT SIRENのプロフィール". Oricon News. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  14. ^ Ami Uchiyama (real name: Ami Yamauchi) from Rock A Japonica is her sister.
  15. ^ "Silent SirenのDVD売上ランキング │ ORICON NEWS" (in Japanese). Oricon. Retrieved 2017-01-12.

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