Most anticipated indie rock albums of 2013 - Reverb

Most anticipated indie rock albums of 2013: My Bloody Valentine, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more

Yeah Yeah Yeahs — TBA (TBA)

Few groups have made as much of an imprint as New York’s Yeah Yeah Yeahs in the past decade. While the band’s punk roots morphed and mutated for 2009’s danceable “It’s Blitz,” there’s no indication of what direction the trio’s sound has taken for the new album. The only info available at the moment is a Tweet from the band claiming “DNA upgrades, spontaneous evolution and NEW YEAH YEAH YEAHS RECORD ARRIVING SPRING 2013! finally.” If the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have proven one thing, though, it’s that they’re more versatile than their early work ever suggested.

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  • Isaac Hamlin

    Love bands that still appreciate their fans. Assembly of Dust (a
    reincarnation of Strangefolk for anyone not familiar) released their album in an app where you can get it for free if you share it with your friendsTrue value in word of mouth over cd sales in this day and age