Hi-Fi Camp is a 4 member J-Pop group, based in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture.
The group formed in January 2007, when members Kim and Aiba were looking for new possibilities to express their music, met Soya and Toshiro in a club in Sendai. Thus 4 people who wanted the same met and Hi-Fi Camp was born. On 4 June 2008 they had their major debut with the song Kizuna (キズナ), which later became an insert song in the movie Boku no Kanojo wa Cyborg (僕の彼女はサイボーグ), and a mega hit on the radio stations. After that, other songs of the band have been used in commercials.
The band paused for 6 months after the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011.
The following year, on 12 March 2012, they started a 70 day tour through 58 locations all over the country. On 13 May - the final live performance - fans from all over Japan gathered at the local Sendai Kotodai Park Amphitheater to see them. It was a huge success.
Only a year later - 20 March 2013 - Hi-Fi Camp announced the dissolution on their homepage, holding a last live at their place of origin: Sendai.