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【HEY-SMITH×SCANDAL】フェスの裏でNGなしトーク

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    Translation & Subtitles: thoseguiltyeyes | scandal-heaven.com
    -Thank you!
    -What should we talk about?
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    -Today...
    -Is it okay to leave it up to you?
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    Is it? But I'm really nervous and feel like I won't be able to talk well.
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    We just filmed a collaboration video for Igari's channel.
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    -Wait, we're filming already?!
    -Yes.
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    We are?! You should tell me!
    (I messed up)
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    -I start my videos in a casual way.
    -We've really started?
    -Yes.
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    For my video,
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    -I thought of some things I'd like to ask you, Igari,
    -Okay.
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    -so I'd like to have a conversation with you.
    -Ah, got it.
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    -We've really started filming?!
    -We have!
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    Today's video will be a lavish one.
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    This is the first time I'm doing a proper collaboration on my channel.
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    -Thank you very much.
    -One with someone with their own channel.
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    I'm very sorry that I'm the first one.
    (He's awesome)
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    Thank you very much! I'm sure everyone will be happy.
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    -This is Igari from HEY-SMITH.
    -Thanks for having me.
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    -This is so casual...
    -Good job on your set!
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    -We often play [festivals] on the same day.
    -Yeah, we do.
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    -Is it okay if we start things off?
    -Yes.
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    -Is it okay to do a no-holds-barred discussion?
    -That's sudden...but yes.
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    -The first questions will be regular ones.
    -Then the last ones...
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    It's totally fine.
    (I'm really scheming here)
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    These are things that I haven't had a chance to ask you.
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    What was your first impression of SCANDAL?
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    -Is it really okay to be honest?
    -Yes, it is.
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    My actual first impression...
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    -was that you guys were a little risqué.
    -Seriously?!
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    -Is that so?
    -Yeah.
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    When did that impression change?
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    Let's see...
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    -When you appeared on M STATION...
    -Ah, when we were still wearing school uniforms?
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    I think so.
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    At that time, I thought, "Ah, they're adorable."
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    Eh, really?
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    I first thought that you guys were really adorable ladies performing as a band,
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    so my first impression was that you guys were a little risqué. Sorry about that.
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    -That's honestly what I thought.
    -Yeah, I did tell you to be honest.
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    Now that we know each other better, what image do you have of us now?
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    Rather than really cute ladies performing as a band,
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    I now see you as ladies who are in a band that are really cute.
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    Like...
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    We get to talk to each other backstage at festivals.
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    You come up to talk to us a lot,
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    and I really think there are very few musicians who are like that.
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    -Ah, really?
    -Since the four of us [in SCANDAL] are often all together,
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    I think there are times when seems hard to talk to us.
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    Despite that, we've gotten very buddy-buddy with you.
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    It really makes me happy.
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    Originally I had met MAMI when [our friends] would go out to drink.
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    Ah, that's right.
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    -You've gone out to eat with MAMI many times.
    -Yeah, a bunch of us do that and go out to drink.
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    MAMI doesn't drink that much.
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    She doesn't do that well with it.
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    Not sure how well she takes it.
    (I've never seen her like that, but I totally imagine it)
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    She's always been resolute.
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    It was 3 am,
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    and when I asked her, "Will you be okay tomorrow?"
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    "Don't you have to get up early?"
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    She was like, "Well, I'm playing at Budokan tomorrow."
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    I was like, "What?! Budokan?!"
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    -Wow.
    -"Tomorrow?!"
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    I was like, "You're drinking at this time when you're playing Budokan tomorrow?!"
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    I asked her that,
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    and she was like, "I've practiced to death, so I'll totally be fine no matter how much I drink."
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    -She really said that?!
    -She did.
    (This was a story from 10 years ago,)
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    That made me go, "Wow, that's so cool!"
    (and she's since aged out of that phase)
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    I thought she was a really cool person.
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    That's when I started to see SCANDAL as a proper band,
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    and it made me go, "Wow, their performances are really intense."
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    Then I wanted to start talking to you guys, and so did.
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    Hearing from a musician that you're cool makes you happy in a special way.
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    There was a time when we weren't invited to festivals at all,
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    and for a long time we felt like the four of us were all alone.
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    -Really?
    -Yeah, so [you talking to us] made us really happy,
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    and we felt like we were being included.
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    I think everyone thinks this,
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    but [the band scene] is said to be a male-dominated one with not many places for women.
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    They can't really get there.
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    Most people think that.
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    For me, when you guys were playing at DEAD POP FESTiVAL,
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    [Kenta] Koie from Crossfaith and I went to see your set.
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    Crossfaith and SCANDAL play completely opposite types of music.
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    So we walked over.
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    I had a drink in my hand,
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    and I got so hyped up by SCANDAL that I did this with my drink,
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    and it got all over me.
    (So cute)
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    -Ah, that did happen.
    -I was going "Ahh!" by myself.
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    You guys were really great.
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    That makes me happy!
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    -I don't think we've talked about stuff like that.
    -That's definitely true.
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    -It's kind of hard to talk to you guys.
    -That's true.
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    Particularly, I'm told by many people that it's hard to start a convo with me.
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    -Ah, really?
    -Yes.
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    I don't really go out drinking.
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    I'm nervous to do things that I'm not used to.
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    You know, Kansai dialect [like yours] really makes me feel at ease.
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    -I'm happy to hear that.
    -I have a really easy time talking with you.
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    That makes me really happy.
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    (Shy)
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    What?
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    This is kind of similar to what we're talking about.
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    What kind of person do you picture me as?
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    (Asking him mercilessly about impressions)
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    Let's see...
    (Igari's in a fix)
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    Like...
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    -Is it okay if this stings?
    -Yeah. Ah. I'm about to be hurt.
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    -You seem very prideful.
    -Ah, I'm told that a lot!
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    Why is that?
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    Rather than prideful,
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    you have this presence to you.
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    -Do people tell you that?
    -They do.
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    The four of you are close and are often together,
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    but RINA, you alone...
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    -Have an ambiance?
    -Yeah.
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    -It's kind of different.
    -People tell me that all the time.
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    -I really do think it's true, in a sense.
    -Oh, really?
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    Like, for women,
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    it's kind of bad to say, but those in bands are kind of looked down on.
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    For times like those, it's best for them to definitely keep being a band.
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    That's kind of RINA-like.
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    Ah, I see.
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    I see.
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    There was a time like that for us.
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    More than being like "Let's appear at festivals so as not to lose out to the guys in bands,"
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    we really felt that we wanted to be a band that showed we were women.
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    -We really wanted to be like that.
    -I see.
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    Now, we've kind of mellowed out a bit and have improved.
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    But yeah, there were many times when we were going towards an odd point.
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    But it wasn't odd at all.
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    Like, I think that rigidness was a positive.
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    Like, you guys had an aura to you.
    (So nice)
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    That was a good direction.
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    That was more risqué.
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    -That's how it's connected?
    -Sorry for saying that.
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    -I mean that as a compliment.
    -Thanks so much.
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    I get the impression that you have a lot of friends in bands.
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    You're someone with a very sociable personality,
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    but was there ever a time when you felt like you didn't belong?
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    -Ah, at first, totally.
    -Is that so?
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    No matter where we were.
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    For example, we had only come out with one or two CDs,
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    and when we appeared at a festival with a bunch of different artists,
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    we of course felt like we didn't belong.
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    I really felt that.
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    Then the feeling of wanting it to feel more homely grew stronger for me.
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    When I went try and go talk to people...
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    Like, there'd be Ken of Hi-STANDARD,
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    TOSHI-LOW of BRAHMAN,
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    and Hosomi of ELLEGARDEN.
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    The three of them were talking to each other.
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    -It was pretty hard to go up and talk to them.
    -Totally true.
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    But I decided from the start to go talk to the people who look the hardest to talk to.
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    Ah, that's commendable.
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    So I'd be the first one to jump into things where it looked difficult to mix in to.
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    Then they would remember me.
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    -It was that kind of repetition.
    -I see.
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    With bands, and also when we just go out to drink,
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    I sit next to the person who looks like they're feeling down.
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    I do my best to make sure things go well.
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    -You do it so that they don't feel alone.
    -Yeah.
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    That's why you sat next to me.
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    Do you have a drummer group?
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    -Friends I can talk about the drums with?
    -Yeah.
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    There's Yuna of CHAI,
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    and as for guys, there's KOUHEI of 04 Limited Sazabys.
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    -I'm really close with them.
    -Ah, really?
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    I think KOUHEI would shoot his shot with you.
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    No, not at all!
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    We both can't drink alcohol.
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    We drink tea.
    (Tea friends👶🍵)
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    -That's true.
    -Yeah.
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    We've also played joint concerts together.
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    How do you write songs?
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    I write songs by myself.
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    -You accumulate songs as they come to you?
    -That's right.
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    Also, when I'm not able to write, I go to one of the southern islands.
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    I play my guitar on the beach.
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    -Does that help solve your writer's block?
    -It does help quite a bit.
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    -For us, we all write songs as well as do main vocals.
    -That's amazing.
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    We're all able to write songs as we like,
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    but we're really bad when we "have to" write songs.
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    -That's kind of a problem for us.
    -I see.
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    -Like... Is it okay to talk about this?
    -Of course.
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    How do you write drum parts?
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    I do it little by little on my computer.
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    But I typically write lyrics for our songs.
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    I write a bunch of lyrics and the other members will add music.
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    -You write lyrics?
    -I really do love writing lyrics.
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    -You do?
    -I love it a lot.
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    When I listen to music, the first thing I want to do is read the lyrics.
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    I really like seeing what words the person used.
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    Ah, is that right? That's interesting!
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    That's what I do.
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    To be honest, I can't really hear the lyrics when I listen to Japanese songs.
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    I'm listening to the melody instead.
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    -So I don't really do [what you do].
    -I totally understand that.
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    -I really do enjoy listening to words in music.
    -Ah, that's so interesting.
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    When I'm watching concerts,
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    I of course look at the band members,
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    but the MCs are what I look forward to the most.
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    -Seriously?
    -Yes.
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    I'm like, "What will this person talk about?"
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    -Are there people who do that?
    -Maybe not.
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    I really look forward to the MCs.
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    -That's probably because you value words.
    -That's true.
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    Also, you can really see what kind of person they are.
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    When it hits me like, "Ah, this person made it, so the song turned out like this,"
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    it makes me realize how much fun music is.
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    Is that so?
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    That's something I've never considered.
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    Aside from lyrics, when the rhythm or the tempo is nice
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    and it completes the song, I have a lot of respect for those kinds of musicians.
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    I'm not too good at that myself.
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    Things you can't do, huh. I see.
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    -This is kind of a sensitive topic.
    -Sensitive?
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    Are there times when you think you're unable to continue being in a band?
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    -There totally are.
    -There are, huh?
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    There will be those in the future, too.
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    You guys have been together for as long as us. 10...
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    -About 15 years [since 2006].
    -Right.
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    -We're also in our 16th year--
    -Our seniors!
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    -No, this year will be our 16th.
    -Ah, I see.
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    We've been doing this for the same amount of time.
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    What makes you think that way during those times?
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    The biggest one was...
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    when our former bassist/vocalist and our trumpet player left the band.
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    So I think it was during that time.
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    The bassist/vocalist was our main vocalist.
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    I sang as well, but he sang more.
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    When they left, we thought maybe we should disband peacefully.
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    We didn't plan to continue on.
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    That was the hardest time for us,
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    but a lot of people told us to try holding out.
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    We were like, "We'll try it, but if it doesn't work out then let's break up."
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    We were careful then.
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    At first, our audience numbers dwindled due to the bassist/vocalist leaving.
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    That was tough.
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    Wow.
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    I think it's really amazing when a band continues on despite changing out members.
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    -I think that would be impossible for us.
    -True.
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    It probably wouldn't be that we'd go on hiatus or someone leaves the band.
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    We'd be like, "Let's stop being a band."
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    That's also impressive.
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    But you know... This is also a sensitive topic,
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    but you guys are women, and there are some forms of happiness for women.
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    And like, you never know if a time will come when you'll all want to break up,
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    and then maybe all want to try being a band again, which is fine.
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    And maybe one by one you'll wonder what you'll do about your band activities.
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    -Wouldn't that difficult?
    -I think it would be.
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    Is it okay to choose your own happiness as a woman,
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    or, like what you said before about how it's "The four of us or nothing,"
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    Will you have any disputes then?
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    -We really never have any disputes.
    -You don't?
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    If someone wants to get married, or have kids, or finds a partner,
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    we're all totally on board with things like that.
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    We all think that getting married isn't the only peak of happiness.
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    Each of us all have relationships at times...
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    Ah, you guys have relationships like normal?
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    -Is it okay to say that?
    -Yeah, it's fine.
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    -It is?
    -Totally.
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    -I don't think it's good to ask too much about it.
    -I think that too.
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    But we just want to be normal—or natural.
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    That's great.
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    That's wonderful. You guys are totally bandsmen.
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    We won't know unless it happens.
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    I think that if we were to stop once,
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    I don't know if I'll be at the same level as when we left off.
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    -So that's why I want to do as much as I can.
    -I see.
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    -That's passionate.
    -It is.
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    It's very passionate.
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    -I really love that kind of mindset.
    -Ah, really? I'm glad.
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    When you first started your YouTube channel,
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    you talked about that it'd be nice to have the band side of things get more exciting with what you're putting out.
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    I thought that was awesome.
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    I've always thought that doing things ultimately all for the band was impressive.
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    How would you ultimately want things to be [for your band]?
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    We don't try to put out one popular album after another.
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    Our genre has the impression of everyone being strong-willed,
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    and crafting our own kind of scene or culture.
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    There's no real meaning in a band suddenly getting popular
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    and then playing a show at Tokyo Dome.
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    Elevating things like street culture all in one go...
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    Like skateboards, tattoos, fashion...
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    That street culture... it's like...
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    No, I shouldn't put it that way.
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    Like...
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    Well, let's go with it.
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    This set-up is what rock is. What pop is.
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    And street culture is the victor over that.
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    -That's what my ideal [band scene] is.
    -I see.
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    I do like pop music, and I also have a lot of idols I support,
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    but I want street culture to be more awesome than any of those.
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    That's my ideal.
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    Do you have any?
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    I wonder...
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    But I do hope to leave behind this idea of
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    "This is one way that an all-girl band can continue on."
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    There are many guys in the band scene,
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    but women can totally enjoy it as well.
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    Wear clothes that get you pumped up,
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    do your hair and makeup,
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    use words that you like to use.
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    You can have a cool and flexible vibe while being in the spotlight.
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    -I hope to leave behind that kind of stance.
    -I see.
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    I think more people of all kinds would join.
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    You're expressing that with all your strength.
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    Yes, I still want to do this with all of my strength.
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    -I think you're totally doing it.
    -I'm happy to hear that.
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    I think there are many people who started bands after learning about SCANDAL.
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    That makes me really happy.
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    I have a lot of respect for what you're doing.
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    Thank you so much for a great conversation!
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    -Is this okay for your viewers?
    -This was so awesome!
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    -I'm basically not cutting out anything.
    -But we did talk a lot.
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    -I'm happy I got to ask you about a lot of things.
    -Same here.
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    -Thank you so much for doing this after your set.
    -Really, thank you so much.
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    -If we get another chance...
    -Let's make another chance.
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    Yes, let's!
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    -Thank you so much!
    -Thank you so much!
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    We filmed a really crazy video for Igari's channel,
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    so please check it out if you'd like!
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    My heart was pounding.
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    -Thank you so much!
    -Thank you so much!
Title:
【HEY-SMITH×SCANDAL】フェスの裏でNGなしトーク
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Video Language:
Japanese
Duration:
19:28

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