“2891 seconds” as the duration of the album, offers the fusion of the world of the five members. It is an elegant mix of analogue and electronic sounds that may suggest roots in the side of Bowie, Lou Reed or Radiohead. For Yeallow, rock can not be improvised. One can feel its licked riffs, its chords and graphed effects. And if that artistic quality is expressed in hard album, it makes total sense on stage where the band gives way to real shows that carry the audience into the world of electrified rock.
Ultimately each musician has found its rightful place in the style and rhythms. In early 2010, everything accelerates. FNAC partnership initiated by the head of FNAC Strasbourg, allows the group to present their album on a Showcase in all of the Fnac in the country and a physical distribution deal was quickly signed with a national player. Sent to many media, the album gets rave reviews from thirty print and web and radio broadcasts in France, Belgium, England, Russia, USA and Japan. After many concerts in Alsace and especially at the festival of Artefacts 2010 in front of a large and conquered audience, YEALLOW hits the scene of the Bus Palladium in July 2010 and comes to conquer a Parisian audience in search of discovery. A few venues later and in parallel with a new album in the making, it’s at the end of 2010 that YEALLOW is approached by a tour and events organizer in California based in Los Angeles.
It offers them a dozen dates in the venues and clubs of the city as the Cat Club, the Mess bar, the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles and in San Francisco at the Kimos. In all, seven dates in California from March 25 to April 8, 2011. From acoustic concerts (Goom Radio – Live SFR- to more muscular shows, YEALLOW takes another dimension in Live. To manage the development of the group and to take the next steps, professional support was needed. Since early 2011, Yeallow entrusted its management and booking to his English manager Amina Martin – Rubis Management LTD.
In July 2011, Pascal left the band. The four remaining members continue to expand on the international indie rock scene. Having conquered the audience during the presentation of 10 new titles in Germany in late August, a UK tour in October (The HalfMoon / Putney and The Cavern / Liverpool, …) and in addition a new album at the end of 2011. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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