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The four members of Intersection face a problem most artists in the J-pop industry strive for.

“I feel a lot of our music probably appeals more to international listeners,” says Kazuma Mitchell. Given three-decades worth of Japan struggling to figure out what clicks abroad, this should be a positive.

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