Archive For February, 2004

Back in the UK

The band have returned to London following their hugely sucessfull mini-tour of Japan. The band were accompanied by a photographer and also shot footage for a forthcoming video whilst on their travels. Expect a photo diary and video footage exclusives here sometime soon!

Farrah would like to say a big thank you to everybody that turned out to see the band play in Japan. Also a big thanks to Yoshi and Smash, everybody at Syft Records, the mighty Monastir, Naoko Miyagi and an especially big big big shout out to Nobu, Naoki and everybody with Egging Records for all their hard work for Farrah in Japan. The prima donna 4 hope to see you all again soon!

Jet lag

Tokyo dressing room

The Tokyo crowd rocks!

signing chaos!

Osaka - very polite!

Last night in Japan

Wow, Japan is a long way away! Farrah returned yesterday from our first tour of Japan so I wanted to fill you all in on what a fantastic time we had. Firstly, a bit of history:

Japan was a place the band had always really wanted to go. Our first single ‘Terry’ sold well on import there and was a bit of a favourite in the Rock Clubs of Tokyo and Osaka.

After securing a deal for “Me Too” with the Japanese independent label Egging Records last Year, the Band have been planning a trip. Nothing prepared us for what a great place Japan was. The gigs were some of the best we’d ever played, the fans were brilliant and the organisation of the tour was first rate. The food…. gorgeous, even for the veggies. The band we Co-headlined with were called “Monastir” from Sweden, they rocked!

Tokyo rocks!

hello from Hakata. just a quick note to say the tour has been fantastic so far! tokyo was rammed full of 350 people paying 30 pounds each to see the band. Autograph mayhem ensued after a really memorable show. the audiences here a fantastic!

got to go to soundcheck now

see you soon


News in from Japan!


The word has filtered back to the UK from Japan that Thursday’s gig in Tokyo is almost sold out! If you’re in Tokyo and planning to go, the people at Club Quattro suggest you buy your tickets now!!

Hopefully we’ll have some pictures of the tour to post here soon!

Kyoto rules!

best wishes to you all from a sunny but cold Kyoto. this City is famed for it`s temples, tofu and shopping and I`ve explored all three. The japanese are so helpful that whenever you`re lost they`ll lead the way. I`ve been lost quite often as english-language street names are a rarity.

Got the bullet train (shinkansen) yesterday from Tokyo which was fantastic and high [email protected]

greetings from sunny Tokyo!

talk about culture shock or more accurately culture ROCK! played an acoustic show last night and it was a blinder. the Japanese fans were brilliant and presented me with all manner of farrah goods to sign. From terry on vinyl to Me too on Vinyl! Eating fantastic food and seeing the sights.

see you soon!