The Indigo-Go's

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The Indigo-Go's,[1] also known as the Zora Band,[1] is a group in Majora's Mask. It is a famous Zora band in Majora's Mask consisting of five members. The band is based in Zora Hall of Great Bay.[2] One of their most popular hits is "Ballad of the Wind Fish," which was made famous by the previous generation of The Indigo-Go's.[3][4]


The members include:

Each of the members have their own room in Zora Hall, with the exception of Mikau and Tijo, who share a room. The entrance to their rooms are guarded by a Zora who will not allow entry to anyone who is not a band member.[13]


The Indigo-Go's performing at the Milk Bar

The Indigo-Go's had planned a performance on the day of the Carnival of Time;[14] however, when Lulu laid seven Eggs, she lost her voice. To make matters worse, they were soon stolen by the Gerudo Pirates, forcing their manager to cancel the show.[15][16] Evan, keeping Lulu's problem a secret from the rest of the band, charged Mikau with the task of retrieving the Eggs from the Pirates in the hopes that the Eggs were the key to getting Lulu's voice back.[17][18] Unfortunately, Mikau was gravely injured by the thieving women and was left in the waters of the Great Bay Coast.

When Link travels to Great Bay, he finds Mikau floating offshore, nearly dead, and drags him back to land in an attempt to save him. In spite of his efforts, Mikau passes away after Link plays the "Song of Healing," but not before the guitarist plays a final song in which he pleads that Link help get Lulu's voice back by retrieving her Eggs.[19] Mikau leaves the Zora Mask behind when he dies, allowing Link to transform into Zora form and successfully regain the Zora Eggs. After he takes the Eggs to the Marine Research Lab, the Eggs hatch and the newborns teach Link the "New Wave Bossa Nova".[20] When he plays the song in front of Lulu, she recalls that her mother, the original diva of the band,[21] used to sing it to her, and her voice is restored.[22]

Once Link defeats Gyorg from the Great Bay Temple, The Indigo-Go's have a much-anticipated rehearsal on the Zora Hall stage.[23] During the ending credits, the band, along with Link as a Zora, can be seen performing a longer version of their rehearsal song in the Milk Bar.



TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ゾーラバンド・ダル・ブルー (Zōra Bando Daru Burū) The Zora-Band: Dull Blue
French-speaking countries French Les Indigo-Go The Indigo-Go
Germany German Die Indigo-Gos The Indigo-Go's
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Los Indigo-Go’s The Indigo-Go's



  1. 1.0 1.1 "This is the room of Evan, the leader of the Zora Band, The Indigo-Go's." — Zora (Majora's Mask 3D)
  2. "The Indigo-Go's is a wildly popular band right now." — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  3. "The Indigo-Go's is the popular group that we Zora are so proud of. They've put out a lot of songs. One of their hits is "Ballad of the Wind Fish." You know that song, don't you?" — Toto (Majora's Mask)
  4. "It's their old standby... "Ballad of the Wind Fish." That's the song that members of the previous generation of The Indigo-Go's made famous!" — Gorman (Majora's Mask)
  5. "The one you heard singing must have been the original Lulu, mother of the current lead singer who's also named Lulu." — Toto (Majora's Mask)
  6. "This is the room of Evan, the leader of the Zora Band, The Indigo-Go's." — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  7. "They've got Evan, the keyboard king..." — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  8. "Isn't songwriting the job of the bandleader? What, you're not happy with my songs?" — Evan (Majora's Mask)
  9. "But above all, Mikau's weeping guitar and the shimmering voice of Lulu make the best songs!" — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  10. "This is the room of Japas, bassist for the Zora band, The Indigo-Go's." — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  11. "This is the room of Mikau and Tijo, the guitarist and drummer for the Zora band, The Indigo-Go's." — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  12. "Oh, forgive me. I am Toto, manager of the band, The Indigo-Go's." — Toto (Majora's Mask)
  13. "I'm sorry, but he's busy practicing for the concert, so I can't let you see him. If you're not a band member, you can't go in...Even if you're an acquaintance." — Zora (Majora's Mask)
  14. "The Indigo-Go's, the Zora Band that's revived the deep-sea sound with its famous song, will be playing at the Carnival of Time!!! Contact Madame Aroma regarding performances and details." — N/A (Majora's Mask)
  15. "But that girl, our vocalist... She laid some strange eggs. And she's lost her voice, You can't hear what she says." — Mikau (Majora's Mask)
  16. "Actually, there's been an unusual accident in Great Bay... And due to this unusual accident, Lulu, the diva in The Indigo-Go's, has lost her voice." — Toto (Majora's Mask)
  17. "...Mikau! We need those eggs safe so Lulu can get her voice back." — Evan (Majora's Mask)
  18. "I'm still keeping Lulu's problem a secret from the other band members." — Evan (Majora's Mask)
  19. "Baby! If I die like this... Even if I die... It won't be in peace... That's for suuure! Somebody, please rescue her eggs before the pirates take their toll. Oh, somebody, somebody, please heal my soul. [...] Carve my farewell song on my grave... I'm depending on you to help that singer girl..." — Mikau (Majora's Mask)
  20. "Hmm... If these Zoras were born to teach this song, then hurry! You must play this song for the Zora who laid these eggs!" — Professor (Majora's Mask)
  21. "The one you heard singing must have been the original Lulu, mother of the current lead singer who's also named Lulu." — Toto (Majora's Mask)
  22. "But that song you played for me...My mother used to sing it often...long ago... Those eggs were laid to remind me of that." — Lulu (Majora's Mask)
  23. "Well, the town's concert is very soon. Let's start our rehearsal!" — Lulu (Majora's Mask)