Gimmick!, PamperRevivePeople, Sin Sekai Sen (シンセカイセン)
Dearstage Records (2014)
BYOB (ビョブ), formerly Gimmick!, PamperRevivePeople and Sin Sekai Sen (シンセカイセン) is a Japanese idol group under Dear Stage. Their current name stands for "Bring Your Own Bottle".
Members[edit | edit source]
- CAN DYSUN (キャン ディスン) (Founding Member)
- Kagurazaka Lettuce (神楽坂 れたす) (Founding Member)
- Matsunaga Yuzuri (松永 ゆずり) (Founding Member)
- Mizuki Yumeko (水城夢子) (Joined March 20th, 2020)
Former Members[edit | edit source]
- Narumi Chika (鳴海 ちか) (Graduated February 16th, 2020)
- Fujiwa Maho (Joined March 20th, 2020, left October 16th, 2020)
Biography[edit | edit source]
Gimmick! - PamperRevivePeople, 2014-2017[edit | edit source]
In early 2014, founding members CAN DYSUN, Kagurazaka Lettuce, Toyosaki Yuzu and Narumi Chika formed Gimmick! after having been working at Dear Stage's Akihabara cafe since 2013.
Gimmick!'s debut single, BREAK IT OUT, was released on June 29th.
Toyosaki Yudu graduated from Gimmick! on April 13th, 2015.
On March 6th, 2016, Gimmick! changed their name to PamperRevivePeople, and Yuzu rejoined, changing her name to Matsunaga Yuzuri.
Sin Sekai Sen, 2017-2019[edit | edit source]
On February 14th, 2017, PamperRevivePeople changed their name a second time to Sin Sekai Sen (シンセカイセン).
Between July 8th, 2017 and August 4th, 2018, Sin Sekai Sen frequently released music via purchasable download cards.
On January 29th, 2019, Sin Sekai Sen released their debut album, SSS.
On June 7th, 2019, Sin Sekai Sen announced that they had transferred to Perfect Music, which had merged with their parent company, Dear Stage. As a result, all four members graduated from Akihabara Dear Stage Cafe on July 2nd. A few weeks later, on July 21st, Sin Sekai Sen changed their name for a third time, to BYOB.
BYOB, 2019-Present[edit | edit source]
On February 16th, 2020, founding member Narumi Chika graduated from BYOB.
Two new members, Mizuki Yumeko and Fujiwa Maho were added to the group on March 20th.
BYOB released their debut single under their new system, Square, on July 31st.
On October 16th, Fujiwa Maho withdrew from BYOB after being on hiatus since August, due to difficulties avoiding the COVID-19 outbreak.
Discography[edit | edit source]
Albums[edit | edit source]
- [2019.01.29] SSS (as Sin Sekai Sen)
Singles[edit | edit source]
- [2014.06.29] BREAK IT OUT (as Gimmick!)
- [2018.10.16] Hakai no Uta (2018 update) (ハカイノウタ (2018 update)) (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2020.07.31] Square
DL Card Singles[edit | edit source]
- [2017.07.08] Hakai no Uta (ハカイノウタ) (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2017.09.10] Want U, Want U to Kiss Me (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2017.10.22] Actress (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2018.01.20] START NEW WORLD (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2018.04.21] Knock!Knock!Knock! (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2018.04.21] Up to You (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2018.06.09] Trust me (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2018.07.07] Are Are? (あれ あれ？) (as Sin Sekai Sen)
- [2018.08.04] Ano Ko ni Tsutaete (あの娘に伝えて; Tell That Girl) (as Sin Sekai Sen)
Digital Singles[edit | edit source]
- [2019.10.03] After Dark
- [2019.10.03] FIRE BALL (feat. Yackle)
- [2019.12.26] Future World
- [2020.02.17] Lone