My favorite sordid Japanese R&B band Only Love Hurts (née Omokage Lucky Hole) was pretty busy over this past year, putting on a grand total of five shows between mid-2016 and mid-2017. I could unfortunately only make it to just four of these performances, as one was in the far-off island of Hokkaido. While no new songs came
In response to the success of the musical Iyaounashi Ni earlier in 2015, Only Love Hurts (Formerly: Omokage Lucky Hole, AKA O.L.H.) held their first–and only–full-fledged concert of 2015 on June 27th. Titled O.L.H. plays Iyaounashi Ni, the group put on live performances of nearly all of the songs used in the musical. But first, the opening act. O.L.H.
Only Love Hurts (ex-Omokage Lucky Hole) made their first appearance of 2015 in a very understated fashion. After their big show in October, the band came out of hiding with low-key acoustic show in the middle of Shinjuku’s Tower Records. The stage was tiny, and surrounded by loud displays for more popular acts like Perfume (I