And Smashing Pumpkins approve.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs fans will have to wait patiently for a follow-up to 2013’s Mosquito, as according to frontwoman Karen O the band are currently on “a bit of a hiatus” and “the time needs to be right” before they create any new music. Speaking with NME, Karen O, who recently released her new solo
The Strokes‘ Julian Casablancas and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ Karen O were both key players in the early-2000 New York alt-rock scene and as frontpeople of their respective bands, they share similar experiences. Time Out New York recently commissioned the singers to interview each other, and the resulting exchange sees the two artists muse on
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has released an underwater music video for Rapt, a two-minute lo-fi track taken from her debut solo album, Crush Songs, which is set for release on 5th September. In the dimly-shot clip for Rapt (below), Karen O channels PJ Harvey‘s Down By The Water as she hovers underwater wearing
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman and Oscar nominee Karen O has announced the release of her debut solo album, Crush Songs, due out this September via Julian Casablancas’ label Cult Records. Karen O revealed details about the genesis of the record via a handwritten note published on her website. “When I was 27, I crushed a
The 2014 Oscar nominations have been announced and stadium-filling U2, Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O and super smooth crooner Pharrell Williams are amongst the the artists up for a Best Original Song win. U2 may have just picked up a Best Original Song Golden Globe for their Nelson Mandela-inspired song Ordinary Love, but Bono
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has revealed which side of the pop spectrum her own tastes lie in a recent interview. She’s taken a dig at Lady Gaga, saying the pop star lacks “a core authenticity or originality”, yet she feels a cultural connection with South Korean viral sensation PSY. Speaking with The Guardian,
Yeah Yeah Yeahs performed Sacrilege, the opening track from their upcoming album Mosquito on The Late Show With David Letterman last night, with backing from the Broadway Inspirational Voices gospel choir. Karen O was as charismatic as ever, performing in a bright yellow suit with the words ‘Violent Fuzz’ emblazoned on the back, a lyric
Now-a-days we know her as the flamboyant and devastatingly sexy leader of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, but there was once a time when Karen O – or Karen Orzolek, as she was known in her previous life – was in a much darker place. In a recent interview, Karen has explained how the Yeah Yeah
You’ll want to get in quick if you want to hear Mosquito a week early – thanks to the folks at Noisey, Yeah Yeah Yeahs are holding a listening party for their latest release, repeating the album over and over in a yelping, delay-filled loop for a limited time only! The fourth studio record from
Karen O has contributed a new and original song to the new Disney remake of the film Frankenweenie. The song, titled Strange Love, will be included on the film’s soundtrack, apparently as the major closing track to the film. The track premiered on BBC Radio 6 a few hours ago, and not surprisingly, has made
You can now hear the full version of Trent Reznor and Karen O’s cover of Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song that will feature in the upcoming film The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.