Born in Fukuoka, 1975. Harada is the vocalist/pianist of Clammbon, a three-piece band formed in 1995. She has performed in collaboration with numerous musicians, and also has been engaged in solo works, releasing 4 solo albums to date; Piano, Kehai to Yoin (lit. Sign and After Effect), Kemono to Mahou (lit. Beasts and Magic), and Ginga (lit. Galaxy). In 2010, Harada participated in launch of Kichimu, a multipurpose space & café in Kichijoji, Tokyo. Marking their 20th anniversary in 2016, Clammbon left the major label and released a mini-LP Moment e.p. from their own record label Tropical. They are currently looking for distributors for their CDs on the official website. There are more than 160 distributors now and it’s spreading in a unique way. In January 2017, Clammbon released an Amazon Exclusive Blu-ray of their first live performance at Nippon Budokan.