World Order releases The Next Phase, which includes Sudo’s final performance. The band dances in Paris and Berlin.
The World Order international Fansite interviews WORLD ORDER before their performance at the MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON Festival in Paris. On the choreography process.
First Genki-san makes the song. Then we listen to it and Genki explains the meaning of the song to us, then we all think about the choreography together.
The band create an ad titled Move with the Markets, for z.com’s forex, commodities and indices trading mobile apps.. The video shows scenes in Japan and London, including a walk across the famous Abbey Road crosswalk.
Sudo and World Order officially open the 2015 Japanese baseball season at Miyagi Stadium by throwing the opening pitch in an movement that references the thousand-armed Senju Kannon deity.
The band releases a video without Sudo. The video shows performances in Tokyo’s Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya districts.
WORLD ORDER’s new challenge as the group enters their sixth year: a trial version by a six-member formation.
The band release Informal Empire from their album, Have a Nice Day. The video is filmed in London
We took our new moves to the streets of London in our new video INFORMAL EMPIRE. Watch us experience this great city on a double-decker, with fish & chips, and of course, by paying an homage to the Fab Four!
The band release a video for Have a Nice Day, the title track of their third album. They perform their trademark dances in Akihabara, an area of Tokyo know for its large number of electronics stores and ‘maid cafes’.
The band release the video for Imperialism. The video shows the group dancing in front of U.S. monuments, such as The White House, the Capitol and The George Washington Masonic Temple, interspersed with quotes from George H. W. Bush.
The new single and video IMPERIALISM builds on the group’s mission to prompt reflection contemporary society, working styles, global culture, and images of modern Japan. Provocatively shot in Washington D.C. – against backdrops of American sights like the US Capitol building and Union Station. Spontaneous moments from filming are kept as is for the video.
World Order release Change Your Life, from the album 2012. The video features the band dancing in a nightclub.