Yeasayer – “Swallowing the Decibels”

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Like pretty much every other band worth mentioning, Brooklyn based experimentalists Yeasayer put out an exciting limited edition 7” for Record Store Day (this past Saturday), a perfect collectible for any true fan.

Aptly titled End Blood, a nod to last year’s highly successful Odd Blood, the record features two singles, both of which are bursting with the eccentric, electronic flavors that were featured on the LP. We’ve already posted B-side “Phoenix Wind” yesterday, and have now got our hands on the A-Side “Swallowing The Decibels.”

The tune displays similar bubbling synthesized movements that appear on their most accessible tracks “O.N.E.” and “Madder Red,” but is also way slower, working like an acid trip gone wrong, complimented by frontman Chris Keating’s stirring vocals. Any enthusiast of Odd Blood will enjoy it, guaranteed.

Yeasayer – “Swallowing the Decibels”

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