It’s been nearly a decade since Philadelphia outfit Clap Your Hands Say Yeah burst onto the indie scene with their much admired eponymous debut album, claiming praise from the blogosphere for their stridently independent approach to making and distributing music. Nine years on, the trajectory has been far from smooth, with CYHSY’s latest record Only
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Fresh from multi-instrumentalist Robbie Guertin leaving Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, bass player Tyler Sargent has followed suit and quit the band as well.
Robbie Guertin has published an official statement informing the public of his intentions to leave indie rock outfit Clap Your Hands Say Yeah after the band’s scheduled free gig on July 7 at the CBGB Festival in New York City.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah were only added to the Harvest Festival 2011 line-up last week and now they have announced four sideshows to coincide with the festival in November.
New York indie crew Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are to release a new album, their third in total, this September. NME reports that the four-piece have named their new LP Hysterical, the follow-up to their acclaimed 2007 album Some Loud Thunder. The new work was produced by John Congleton, famous for his work with