Japanese Breakfast
Photograph: Peter Ash Lee
  • Music, Rock and indie
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Japanese Breakfast + Luna Li


Time Out says

Released on the heels of her New York Times bestselling book Crying in H Mart: A Memoir, Michelle Zauner's latest record under the Japanese Breakfast moniker is a triumphant celebration of just how far she's come. With string-and-horn-ridden chamber-pop arrangements, ’80s-influenced pop songs and some straight-ahead indie rock tunes, Jubilee isn't too far removed from Zauner's 2016 debut Psychopomp. This iteration of Jbrekkie just seems as if it has a bigger budget and, subsequently, a more fully-realized sound. You have four(!) chances to catch Zauner and her band in Chicago before the end of 2021—she's playing a pair of two-night stands at Thalia Hall, with support from Toronto-based multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Luna Li.


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