BRADIO (ブラディオ?) is a Japanese indie rock band. Their name stands for "Break the Rule And Do Image On" and means that they will break the rules of everyday life, and while having a wonderful image all around, they will make a new good place.
The members call their fans "Funky Party People" (FPP).In 2010, The Movie Archives's Takaaki Shingyoji and Yuki Tanabe formed BRADIO with Soichi Ohyama (ex-GOLD END), Ryosuke Sakai (ex-GOLD END), and Takahiro Kitazawa (ex-Awesome Dude).
That same year in December, they released their first demo and played in their first live. In April 2012, they released their second demo. In June 2012, Takahiro left the band and they were left with the current line up.
They signed with D&S RECORDS and released their first mini album, DIAMOND POPS, in October 2013. BRADIO released their second mini album, Swipe Times, in July 2014 under HERO MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. Their first single Otona Hit Parade/Step In Time was released in November 2014.
At the beginning of 2015, their single, Flyers, was used as the opening theme song for the anime Death Parade.
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