«Kumisolo» - 伝記、アルバム、曲、ビデオクリップ

Ex-member of Crazy Curl, a japanese pop duo, she founded The Konki Duet with Zoé Wolf and Tamara Goukassova when she arrived in Paris. She also started collaborating with many Paris based musicians: Toog, Momus, Orval Carlos Sibelius, Shoboshobo, O.Lamm…

After two albums and many tours with The Konki Duet, started recording solo songs and covers (of songs by The Supremes and many long forgotten J-Pop units) on her 4-track recorder: Kumi became Kumisolo little by little, with impromptu concerts in art galleries and recording sessions in her friends’ studios, mostly from the Active Suspension Constellation in Paris (O.Lamm, Hypo, Domotic).

With her first solo album, Kumi tells us (and in all languages, English, French and Japanese) about Love from all angles, and through many more shades of grey than a E-major chord can offer… Her debut album My Love For You Is A Cheap Pop Song is as dense as true love stories, experienced in real-time, and displays almost as many colors as life itself. You can dance to it intoxicated in nerdy parties where people talk about music, lose yourself in the labyrinths of infidelity, express your love while floating in the air in a space station, love too much, care too much, doubt too much…