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Portrait of Tune in Tokyo

Tune in Tokyo

About Tune in Tokyo

Allentown, PA

The origins of Tune In Tokyo date back to May 2009, when Jay Simpson and Andrew Malafarina, fresh from doing whatever it is growing young adults do, began collaborating under the moniker of Yoko OH NO!

Such is the course of any collaboration, marriage or corporate merger; the pair struck nuggets of songwriting gold, as is often the case when jamming in one's garage. However, they quickly realized that while one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do, two can be as bad as one. In fact, it's the loneliest number since the number one. A third would be needed to create a trio, closely related to the triangle which, as any architect will tell you, is the strongest non-circular shape. And, honestly, who's ever heard of a circular band? (A Perfect Circle doesn't count.)

Of course, one could forgive them for not wanting to exert effort in their search. Instead, Andrew walked upstairs and enlisted the aid of his brother, David. Thus, Tune in Tokyo was born! Henceforth, the three eschewed sweet jams concerning the exploits of time traveling cats, suicidal playing cards, black breasts, various flavors of pie, and vampires. You know, suburban life.

What happens next? Well that's your decision dreamers.

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