Okamoto's (stylized as OKAMOTO'S, オカモトズ) is a Japanese rock band, they made their major debut in May 26, 2010 and were signed by Ariola Japan Inc.
Vocal: Okamoto Sho, Former Zuttozureteruz (ズットズレテルズ) member, born October 19, 1990 in New York City.,
Guitar: Okamoto Kouki, born November 5, 1990 in Nerima City, Tokyo, Japan.,
Bass: Okamoto Hama, Former Zuttozureteruz (ズットズレテルズ) member, born March 12, 1991. He is the eldest son of Hamada Masatoshi and Ogawa Natsumi.,
Drums: Okamoto Reiji, Former Zuttozureteruz (ズットズレテルズ) member, born January 9, 1991 in Futako-Tamagawa, Setagaya, Tokyo Due Home delivery. He is the eldest son of the Japanese rock band "The Privates" lead singer Nobuhara Tatsuji (延原達治). In his childhood he made child role dramas.,
Bass: Okamoto Samaru, Left the band in 2009.,
Okamoto's is a psychedelic garage rock band made up of four 19-year-olds from Shinjuku, Tokyo, who first got together while still in middle school. Fans of influential Japanese avant-garde artist Taro Okamoto, the members took a cue from The Ramones and adopted stage names.
Okamoto's made their recording debut with an appearance on the Columbia compilation "Here Come the Modernity" in February 2009. Gaining acclaim and respect unheard of for bands their age, they followed it up in June with their debut album, "Here Are Okamoto's" (June 14, 2009) soon after Okamoto Samaru left the band and was replaced by Hama Okamoto. In support of the album, they unleashed a touring blitz, starting with a sold-out solo performance to commemorate its release. Playing over ten shows a month, they managed to perform over one hundred times in 2009
In March 2010 they performed at the South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival held in Austin, Texas and also performed in 6 other cities around the United States.
In May 26, 2010 they made their major debut under the Ariola Japan label which is an affiliated label of Sony Music Entertainment Japan. It was announced that Okamoto's major debut single, "Yokubō o Sakebe!!!" (欲望を叫べ!!!, "Shout Out Your Desires!!!") would be chosen as the 18th ending theme of the hit anime series Naruto: Shippuden.
Here are Okamoto's (June 3, 2009),
Count 1000 EP (December 22, 2009),
10'S (May 26, 2010),
Crazy About Okamoto's オカモトズに夢中 (November 3, 2010),
Radio Dragon Monday (May 2010) 20:00-21:55/Tokyo FM,
School of Lock!/TOKYO FM, May 24, 2010 (guest appearance)