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Birds of Tokyo

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Alternative rock five-piece Birds of Tokyo formed in Perth, Australia in 2004. Since then, they've released four albums and their single "Lanterns" was the most-played song on Australian radio for the first six months of 2013.

Alternative rock five-piece Birds of Tokyo formed in Perth, Australia in 2004. Since then, they've released four albums and their single "Lanterns" was the most-played song on Australian radio for the first six months of 2013.
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United States

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Alternative rock five-piece Birds of Tokyo formed in Perth, Australia in 2004. Since then, they've released four albums and their single "Lanterns" was the most-played song on Australian radio for the first six months of 2013.

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English


Episodes

triple j: 2014 with Richard Kingsmill - Birds of Tokyo

12/16/2017
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With the release of a new EP, Ian Kenny and Adam Spark tell Richard Kingsmill what's new and what fans can expect next year on the band's 4th album. (triple j's 2014 with Richard Kingsmill, 10/15/2012)

Triple M Adelaide: Home Grown - Birds Are Flying High

12/16/2017
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The Birds Of Tokyo tell us how they've managed to deal with being the biggest band in Oz rock right now. And why the BDO is so cool. (Triple M Adelaide's Home Grown, 2/11/2011)

Triple M Adelaide: Home Grown - Birds of Tokyo ARIA Domination

12/16/2017
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Becko chats to the boys about their six ARIA nominations and their incredible rise to success. (Triple M Adelaide's Home Grown, 8/1/2010)

triple j: Breakfast with Matt and Alex - Birds of Tokyo

12/16/2017
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Ian and Adam from BOT tell us all about string quartets and baby grands on their upcoming November tour and... man soup? (triple j's Breakfast with Matt and Alex, 8/12/2009)

triple j: Home and Hosed - Birds of Tokyo

12/16/2017
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Ian Kenny and Adam Spark explain how the Birds of Tokyo came into being... (triple j's Home and Hosed, 2/2/2007)