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Mrs. Green Apple

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Mrs. Green Apple are a J-pop band formed in Tokyo in 2013 featuring singer-guitarist Motoki Omori, guitarist Hiroto Wakai, keyboard player Ryoka Fujisawa, drummer Ayaka Yamanaka and bassist Takumi Matsuo, who left in 2014 to be replaced by Kiyokazu Takano. They released their debut EP, Introduction, in 2014 followed by Progressive and Variety in 2015. Their 2016 debut album Twelve went to number 10 on Japan's Oricon albums chart with lead single “Speaking” (used as the closing theme on the anime series Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V), peaking at number 22. The group’s self-titled album (2017) landed at number 9 on the Oricon albums chart with lead single “Samama Festival” attaining similar success. The group gained more traction with Ensemble (2018) hitting number 3, with more successful singles to follow including “Ao to natsu,” “Boku no Koto” (2019) and “Romaticism” (2019) ahead of fourth album Attitude which appeared later in the year. Following their successful first arena tour, the band announced the release of a best-of compilation titled 5, which included remastered tracks from their previous albums, as well as three new songs, which was globally released on July 8, 2020, along with the music video for the song "Theater". On February 18, 2021, Ohmori left to make his solo debut and by the end of the year, it was revealed that Yamanaka and Takano would be departing from the group also. After a short hiatus, the remaining members made a comeback in 2022 releasing "Soranji", the lead single from their fifth studio album Antenna, their first album as a trio, which appeared on July 4, 2023.