With a brand-new glittering EP on the airwaves, South Carolina’s The Yets push forward two video tracks to head up the adventure. Lesser Evil is one of these monsters and it’s already getting praise from across the board. Inspired by bands such as Jefferson Airplane, Concrete Blonde, and Fleetwood Mac, (eBay links) their classic rock and new-wave sound is thriving in the modern day with new blood pumping with persistent talent. Two seriously hard-working musicians bring the band to life. Robin Wilson offers her voice and soul while Craig Anderson Snook brings studio wizardry and dudishly good guitar skills to the fold. Released on the band’s own Royal Terns Records, The Yets EP and their two videos are set to stun.
It begins with a synthesiser and rhythm that spirals in a double helix of sound. A vocal begins with a lifting sensation. Guitars thrust a dreamy wave of chord into the flow as the beats settle to a laid-back groove. Robin begins to sing, her voice smoothly dances over the verse as the musical expression builds to a climax. The vocal begins to jump and fling through the choppy air as guitar bursts with distortion and a rocking intention. The sleepy and relaxed section returns with streams of synthesiser and reverb before another lift into the raucous chorus enters.
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