BruteRocks 6th Digital Single "Overtaker" released on 3/22 (Wed.) MV unveiled!

The music video for the 6th digital single "Overtaker" released by the four-member rock band BruteRocks from Sendai on 3/22 (Wed.) has been released.

It's a cheering song from BruteRocks for those who struggle and push forward and don't give up and keep running.

▼BruteRocks “Overtaker” MV

It has an exhilarating sense of speed and an energetic image, so please check out both the song and the MV.

<"Overtaker" Release Party>

Saturday, March 25, 2023

Venue: Sendai ROCKATERIA

OPEN 17:30 / START 18:00

w/Surrounded By Enemies/EverBrighteller/EAVENTIDE

<Other live information>

3/30 (Thursday) @ Sendai MACANA

4/1 (Sat) @ Niigata CLUB RIVERST

4/5 (Wed) @Shibuya Spotify O-Crest

▼ Product information

6th Digital Single

BruteRocks "Overtaker"

Release date: Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Product number: LDCD-769

Label: Living, Dining & Kitchen Records

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▼ Track MV

"Re:Starter" MV

"Better Way" MV

"Drag Down" MV

"Fluorite" MV

"Jaded" MV

"Brave Heart" MV

"Ever After" MV

"Rock the World" MV

▼Brute Rocks profile

A four-piece rock band BruteRocks formed in Sendai in 2014.

Vo, Gt Sota worked on the lyrics and composition, and is based in Sendai city with highly complete songs that interweave melodious and catchy vocals and powerful band sounds influenced by various music centered on Western music. .

He has experienced large-scale circuit events all over Japan, including his hometown of Sendai.

Furthermore, they performed at Tohoku's largest music festival, "Ishigaki Music Festival". In March 2020, the 2nd Full Album “No HEROES Allowed Here” was released.

From March 2022, we will release singles for 3 consecutive months.

Among them, "Re:Starter" released in March 2022 is used as the ending theme song for TV Tokyo's "Moyamoya Summers 2".

In July 2022, the first nationwide distribution album "ROCK THE WORLD DOWN" will be released.

Along with the release, they are still active mainly in their hometown Sendai and Tokyo, such as conducting tours in Tohoku, Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka.