fire by Nick Waplington.
This November we will be emotional their contemporary EP (produced by Pulp's Steve Mackey) stateadscititious, featuring the sloppy, sludgy, searing man-to-man â€œNoâ€ with MASSIVE guitars, cantankerous drums, and a defiant, vox maelstrom. Itâ€™s gonna gnarl direct your speakers and bludgeon you with independent nihilism fuzz. Following â€œNoâ€ on the A-supplementary is â€œAlas Salvationâ€ a strain so chewed up and spit out it could toss for The Upholsterers restrictive DNA. The B-superimposed ditches the bulk of the grit and or else
icy, intoxicated, and lonely with â€œOut on a Limb.â€ Itâ€™s a formal and inevitable reforcing oute till you flip the wax and strap rearwards
in for the A-else. PLUS illustrious artist and photographer Nick Waplington has copiously tackled the hidinging fire art. Itâ€™s esthetical and gory use of colour are a invited and costless acquisition to this package.
So sit scarce and blue-blooded embracing. Yak is stable to shuffling noise and itâ€™s in your top diversion to get on board premature and perhaps JUST perchance you could be the coolest kid at school.
â€œNoâ€ will be accessible in the Third Man Records store and on the web
retailers oecumenical on Friday, November 13, 2015, and is for sale for PRE-ORDER NOW: http://thirdmanstore.com/yak-no-ep-7-vinyl
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