Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth Single Review

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth Single

The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth

Single Review

Ah, there is nothing quite like the breath of fresh air that is CYHSY. After creating hysteria in 2005 with their self titled, self released and self recorded debut (self named by the way!) the band haven't looked back.

This their third single from the album, is a hypnotic cyclical event. A ridiculously simple, yet genius guitar loop reappears throughout and the band capture their influences (Talking Heads) and contemporaries (Modest Mouse, Arcade Fire) alike whilst processing them through a blender, adding their own indie seasoning and cooking in the over on gas mark 7 until firm to the touch.

Ounsworth's voice is a slice of pained beauty and the bands song writing ability is up for all to see. Basic but arresting, 'Yellow Country Teeth' will doubtless be the bands biggest hit to date.

If you still haven't bought the album from last year, go and get it now. If you're still undecided, then get this single. It will make you dance, make you sing and make you put it on every compilation album you do from now on in!

8/10

Elliott Bambrough




Site - http://www.clapyourhandssayyeah.com

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