The Seeker (band)

The Seeker (band)

The Seeker was a two-man musical group consisting of Kenichi Ito (Guitar) and Daichi Kuroda (Lead Vocal). Before the formal naming of the group it was just called "K.Ito & DK", the abbreviations of their names combined. They are probably most well known for their song from the anime Gravitation named "Sleepless Beauty". For a short time, Daisuke Asakura played in the Seeker as a support member, after Ken'ichi quit, but the group officially disbanded on June 5th, 2005.´


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