My Way My Love frontman, Yukio's musical history includes successful
Japanese touring bands The Juice [Pony Canyon] & The Cimons [UK Project].
In the Cimons, The band was gaining notoriety in their home country having
played the Fuji Rock Festival, mixing their CD at the famed Abbey Road but
certain personal differences surfaced, and the band split up shortly after.
In 2000, Yukio decided to debut his new project, My Way My Love, in Tokyo.
Takeshi and Dai shortly joined Yukio and My Way My Love became a
full-fledged rock outfit set forth to create new sounds across Japan.
Between 2001 & 2003 My Way My Love put that sound to disc with their
self-produced CDs, Dedicated to an Angel on Your Shoulder, "Boot Bum 1.0,
Boot Bum 0.9, Boot Bum 1.1 gained high remarks among fans of Japanese indie
rock. This got them spots on TV and radio, as well as plastered their faces
in magazines. They recently also took part in the "London Punk 1977 Tribute"
[Victor Entertainment], amongst other reputable Japanese bands like Kemuri
and Zooboms, performing a version of Wire's Strange. which gained them
praise from both independent and major labels, being distributed in Japan by
3D (OOIOO, THE BOREDOMS).