My Story - Netflix

Share the joy of children discovering their family stories. Listen to stories, sing along with the songs and make a story book.

My Story - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 15 minutes

Premier: 2012-09-24

My Story - My First Story - Netflix

My First Story (stylized as MY FIRST STORY) is a Japanese rock band formed in 2011 in Shibuya, Tokyo. Their single “Fukyagaku Replace” (不可逆リプレイス, Fukagyaku Ripureisu) is used as the ending theme for the anime Nobunaga Concerto.

My Story - 2016: Antithese and "We're Just Waiting 4 You" - Netflix

In January 2016, the band members all deleted their public Twitter and Instagram accounts before launching their Official Member's Club “Storyteller” on January 8. As of now, none of the members have reactivated their social media accounts. On March 3, 2016, the drummer Masack announced withdrawal. Kid'z (ex.Shohei) of the band Loth who broke up in November 2015, joined as a new drummer after he had already been friends with Hiro and Teru. After Sho's suspension of activity and Masack's withdrawal, the first live performance with that new band constellation, “HIGHEST LIFE PARTY Vol. 5” was held at Shibuya O-East on March 10, 2016. There the band announced they would conduct their 47 prefecture one-man tour “We're Just Waiting 4 You Tour 2016” and release their 4th full-length album in summer 2016. On May 4, 2016, they appeared on Japan Jam Beach 2016. On June 29, 2016, their fourth album Antithese was released, reaching number 4 on the Oricon charts which was the band's highest spot on Oricon for an album so far. From June to October 2016 they toured all 47 prefectures of Japan for their “We're Just Waiting 4 You” Tour, and held their tour final at Nippon Budokan on November 18, 2016, accompanied by the release of the limited single “We're Just Waiting 4 You” that was sold at the venue only. The single included the two songs “We're Just Waiting 4 You”, written for Sho who had announced his hiatus in 2015, and “Take My Hand”. At Budokan, the band performed a setlist consisting of 28 songs in total, including every song from their latest album Antithese, as well as the newly released single “We're Just Waiting 4 You” that they played together with Sho who joined them onstage for encore. Before finishing off their setlist, Hiro announced the last song, “Home”, would be performed at Budokan that night for the first and last time.

My Story - References - Netflix