It takes a little while to figure out exactly what's happening in Yeasayer's new 'Longevity' video, but once you realize what you are watching -- that is, singer Chris Keating and the rest of the band going through an accelerated aging process -- it's hard to avert your eyes.
-- With their new album 'Fragrant World' out today (Aug. 21), Yeasayer hit the stage of 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' last night to perform new tune 'Longevity' and let singer Chris Keating show of his dramatic new dance moves. Both are totally worth checking out.
Beloved and be-blogged, Yeasayer were once a Brooklyn band to the fullest, typifying the fussy artisanal nature of the borough, arising somewhere near the same neighborhood as the electro brood of TV on the Radio and the organic hooks of Grizzly Bear -- oh, those tranquil days of 2008! At Yeasayer's techno-hippie best in their first two albums, they touched the extremities of avant pop, but ‘Fragrant World,’ their third and latest release, finds only the average.
Gotye is gearing up to release an EP featuring remixes of 'Eyes Wide Open,' a single from his breakthrough album 'Making Mirrors,' and Brooklyn electro-pop act Yeasayer are the first band announced as contributors to the disc, which is due out on Aug. 21. Listen to their take on the tune below.
Those plucky scamps in Yeasayer are at it again. As a way of legally leaking the songs from their upcoming album, 'Fragrant World,' the Brooklyn-based indie band have created an internet scavenger hunt.
Brooklyn's Yeasayer became critical darlings with 2010's 'Odd Blood,' but they haven't released much since then -- until yesterday's inscrutable tweet, an enigmatic splash page, and, a new "dubbed-out pseudo-science-fiction" track.
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