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PLUNKLOCK to go on Pause with a Final Release
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 8:26pm in Hiatus, New Releases, One-mans, Translations

PLUNKLOCK to go on Pause with a Final Release

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After the end of their European tour in May, PLUNKLOCK have been somewhat stagnant with their activities. Apparently that’ll become the norm soon, as comes with their latest announcement. As of this coming October, they’ll be going on indefinite activity pause, but before doing so, they’ll be releasing their final single. But first, we’ve translated their official statement and the members comments below.

To all our fans who have regularly supported us, as well as our staff,
It has been decided that PLUNKLOCK will go on indefinite hiatus after our oneman live show on 10th October. Musical differences have developed within the band. No matter how many dozens of times we get together and talk, time and time again it results in the same conclusion.
Our oneman live on 10th October will be the last full sound that’s truly PLUNKLOCK. It is music that will reverberate in our hearts.  Thank you for your support until the end.

PLUNKLOCK
Halo, Seishou, Haruka, pinky

 

Halo

Are there any words to show the good from this? How do I convey the good?
With the support of our fans we have progressed, worried and struggled together to get this far.
That’s what brings us here. Sorry, but we have decided this on our own.
I don’t want to write something too long. I still have to write a blog on just my thoughts.
On the band’s fragility. On people’s fragility.
I accept both the good and the bad times and acknowledge this all as our first creation.
On 10th October, PLUNKLOCK will be the traces we’ve left behind us. Life can take us anywhere after that. Please etch us into your memory.
Thank you for supporting us with so little time left together.

 

Seishou

It’s been about half a year since I joined PLUNKLOCK. It has been a busy six months. I’ve been supported by my band members, all our staff and of course our fans over everyone else in this time. Thank you to all these people in particular who have influenced me.
Thank you for your unwavering support up until 10th October.

 

Haruka

Thanks for always supporting us.
There is honestly no huge reason or main factor for our hiatus. So for that I can’t say what the main reason for our hiatus is. I’m sorry I can’t explain it.
For us, being a musician is our lives. Living this life day to day brings a lot of things that you think trouble you a lot. Having time to live for yourself is, of course, restricted. It’s hard to find time for myself. If you call yourself a band but work in an individualistic mindset throughout, it won’t work out. I don’t have a lot to say now. We came to this decision together as a band.
Even though we only have a short time left together, thank you.

 

pinky

Hello! It’s the drummer, pinky! As you’ve heard, PLUNKLOCK will be stopping activities. I’m tearing up (;_;) Our hiatus is indefinite but we are still on good terms with each other!
I’m sad about the announcement, everyone feels this way about it but we won’t be selfish in your supporting us until the end! So until 10/10, let’s stay in high spirits! *\(^o^)/*

 

Their final live, titled “World END.” will take place at Shinjuku RUIDO K4 on October 10th, and tickets will cost ¥3000 (¥3500 day of) to attend. In addition, 40 specially packaged tickets will be sold for ¥8000, and it’ll come with a signed T-Shirt, a special live DVD and four off-shot photographs. A and S tickets will go on sale on September 7th, with B tickets already on sale. Lastly, their final single “Precious.” will come in two types, both costing ¥1000. If they’re added to CDJapan’s listings, we’ll update this post.

A Type

“Precious.” Type A – ¥1000
1. My Dear.
2. RESONANCE
3. World is mine. (acoustic)

 

B Type

“Precious.” Type B – ¥1000
1. My Dear.
2. 花火 (Hanabi)
3. JUSTart. (acoustic)

 

Source: OHP
Translation: vii-vii

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