POLKADOT STINGRAY released the track Telecaster Stripes on 18 November 2016. It is the fourth song from their album Honenuki E.P. and has a BPM/tempo of 142. The song is in the key of F min and has a duration of three minutes and 53 seconds. The song is a happy, upbeat number. If you are looking for an easy guitar track, then Telecaster Stripes is definitely the right choice for you.
POLKADOT STINGRAY - Telecaster Stripes
POLKADOT STINGRAY released a new song titled “Telecaster Stripes” on November 18th, 2016. It is the fourth track on the album Honenuki E.P. It has a BPM/tempo of 142 and a length of 3 minutes and 53 seconds. It is a happy, upbeat tune with 4 beats per bar.
Album Review of "Polkadot Stingray"
The band formed in 2015, and have now released their debut full-length album, Uchouten. The album features nine songs, all of which are solid and fit the album’s overall theme. The band has also announced that the segment, Makerarena Tatakai, will be returning in Uchoten. While this may be a disappointment, it is a good sign that the band is getting back to their roots.
“Polkadot Stingray” is a collection of classical vocals accompanied by lyric poems. The album’s title track “Sky High” features a haunting, beautiful stingray. It is not your typical pop album, but it is a unique blend of classical vocals and modern synthesizers. It is a unique combination of the two, and is a must-listen to for fans of both genres.
“Polkadot Stingray is a Japanese rock band from Fukuoka, Japan. The group’s members include vocalist Shizuku, guitarist Muro, and drummer Mitsuyasu Kazuma. In November 2014, the band scouted Yuki Uemura for the bass part. The band’s first full-length release, Yoake no Orange, was released in April 2015, followed by the follow-up, Gokusai, in June 2015. The band has since gone on to embark on a second nationwide tour to promote the album, which is now available for purchase on their website and through streaming services.