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The music of indie-pop group Kyte may be created in a bedroom in Leicester, England, but the band says its spacious and electronic sound seems to resonate best with audiences in Japan.

“Fans in Japan seem to have a lot more time and patience for what we do,” lead singer Nick Moon tells The Japan Times via e-mail. “The first time we played in Japan I remember the audience being completely silent as we played, properly listening to everything we were doing, which was so humbling, as we do have quite a relaxed sound at times.”

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