Back after over seven years.
Their first Aussie tour in seven years.
Yeasayer have pretty much done it all, having spent the better part of a decade as one of the most popular and consistent experimental rock bands worldwide. Made up of core members Chris Keating, Ira Wolf Tuton and Anand Wilder, their lineup is unique in that both Keating and Wilder share a role as the
The New York outfit are back with a spacey new single.
Laneway Festival organisers have today announced one of the most anticipated side attractions to take place around next year’s event. Yeasayer, one of the 2013 headlining acts, will be performing 2 headlining shows in town, picking Sydney and Melbourne as the lucky 2. Since the arrival of their latest album, Fragrant World, fans erupted with
Currently doing the press rounds in support of their latest release Fragrant World, New York’s Yeasayer stopped by The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon set to perform one of the fresh ditties featured on the release.
triple j has once again delivered the goods, taking to Twitter to confirm that New York-based experimental rock outfit Yeasayer will be making a triumphant return to our shores.
Brooklyn band Yeasayer have leaked their new record Fragrant World ahead of its August release date in order to avoid being beaten to the punch. In a photographed statement posted on the band’s Facebook page, and kindly transcribed by triple j, Yeasayer explains the reasons for leaking the record and how fans can gain access
Pitchfork has posted that Brooklyn-based band Yeasayer had officially announced that their third album Fragrant World will be out August, 2012.
Yeasayer’s new track Henrietta has leaked online after the band sent fans on their mailing list physical copies of the song
As reported previously, Brooklyn’s Yeasayer are turning their thoughts to their third album after a year or so of pretty much constant touring in support of last year’s Odd Blood. Now, a hint of what that record might entail can be gleaned from the band performing a new song on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
A year or so on and the world is still in thrall to the second Yeasayer album, Odd Blood, truly an album that keeps on giving. Now murmurs are emerging that the Brooklyn band are about to head into the studio to record the follow-up.
To mark Record Store Day on April 16, Brooklyn indie acolytes Yeasayer put out a ‘limited-edition coloured-vinyl 7-inch’ by the name of End Blood. The release offered fans two tracks that came from the sessions for their landmark 2010 LP Odd Blood, but never made it on to the final mix. Now those songs are
I wasn’t at your average indie rock show on Monday night. I was disco dancing in the neon illuminated Amazon rainforest and drinking Mexican tequila out of jungle leaves. Well, at least that’s what it felt like as I stood in the Metro Theatres grandstand watching experimental, psychedelic pop band Yeasayer. The Brooklyn four-piece came
In yet another sideshow announcement following on from Laneway Festival’s lightening fast sell out, Brooklyn based blog darlings Yeasayer have just announced that they too will be playing some sideshows for those fans who missed out on tickets. Scheduled to play in Sydney on the 7th of Feb and in Melbourne on the 10th, this
My new apartment building is called Brooklyn, and it is radical. So radical, my real estate agent is even called ‘Rad’, for reals. Yeasayer are also from Brooklyn, and last week, with a sigh of serendipity and a cup of tea, I settled in for repeated listens to their new album, Odd Blood.