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Yeasayer Take Club Uncut By Storm

Yeasayer Take Club Uncut By Storm

This month's Club Uncut saw its biggest and most ecstatic crowd yet, as Yeasayer played an astonishing pre-Reading and Leeds Festival set for us at King's College, London.

The eclectic Brooklyn quartet ran through extended versions of most of their "All Hour Cymbals" debut, with glimpses of new material destined for the second album that they are soon to start work on.

Support came from the acclaimed Field Music spin-off, The Week That Was. For a full report on this auspicious evening, visit our Wild Mercury Sound blog.

Next month, Club Uncut returns to our usual home of the London Borderline for a show featuring Kurt Wagner, Cate Le Bon and James Blackshaw. For details, click here.

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