Things are certainly starting to get hectic for London band Yuck, with the indie outfit recently announcing that their sophomore album, Glow & Behold, will be unleashed this October and that they will be signing with iconic indie label, Caroline Records.
We’ve already heard the maiden single from the upcoming release, the heavily melodic and aptly titled Rebirth, and have now been given another slice of the record to sink our teeth into. The track is titled Middle Sea, frontman Max Bloom is front and centre, with the instruments accenting his evocative vocals. The new track is sure to be another alt-rock anthem for Yuck.
The band worked with acclaimed US producer Chris Coady for the record, whose had credits on releases from Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On the Radio and many more. Coady’s presence is sure to lend some formidable indie muscle to the album.
Yuck’s self-titled debut managed to prick up ears the world over, creating an international presence for the band from the get go. So far, fans have been given every reason to believe that the follow-up will resonate just as profoundly.
Glow & Behold will be released Friday, 11th October.
Listen: Yuck – Middle Sea