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DELUXE EDITION: A 2LP Coloured Vinyl release of the breakthrough album that just soooooooo nearly got the coveted Number 1 album spot! Sure to feature in end of year polls across the land. This is a LIMITED edition Colured 2LP set featuring never before pressed re-adaptations of the record, that we have become to know and love across the indie landscape. These readaptations mixed by NPR tiny desk back in march 2022 recieved great PR across the music world, so pressing it onto a deluxe vinyl for the end of a great year for Yard Act seemed like a no brainer. Enjoy!
Indies exclusive LP is on 'Ghetto Lettuce (transparent green)' coloured vinyl.
The highly anticipated debut album from Yard Act.
In a world of great polarity, nuance is normally the answer. We may shame and bicker and amplify our outrage, but at the core of it all, we’re all still inhabitants of the same ecosystem, most of us trying to tow the delicate line between empathy and self-preservation. If nothing and no one is purely good nor evil, true societal improvement can only come from recognizing some kind of middle ground
In many ways, Yard Act is a project that exists through the fusion of seemingly opposing entities. Old friends in a new band, they seek out shades of socio- political grey, imbibing their stories with sharp, satirical spoken-word humour. Spearheaded by James Smith (vocals) and Ryan Needham (bass), the now four-piece, completed by Sam Shjipstone (guitar) and Jay Russell (drums), have built a sound that speaks inherently to their birthplace of Leeds, West Yorkshire, and yet ties together observations from all walks of modern British life – the small-town bloke in the local pub, the anti-capitalist stuck at a desk job, the tired activist in all of us torn between easy complicity and the desire to fight. Their sound and ethos might be progressive, but it’s not about pointing fingers so much as opening eyes.
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Item code: 3878914
Info correct on: 22/3/2023