Yeti Lane’s incredible second album ‘The Echo Show’ is out today. It is available in all good record shops (including Piccadilly, Norman, Rise, Rough Trade and the Sonic Cathedral Shop) and from iTunes as a digital download.
We’ve been going on for ages about how good it is, so we’ll quote some other people who seem to agree with us:
“In the nicest possible way, it’s monstrous” – Uncut – 8/10
“Sparkles with energy and verve” – Q – 4/5
“Welds pastoral pop to obliterated electronics, krautrock beats and distorted riffing” – The Times
“Stunning… Like Grandaddy’s ‘The Sophtware Slump’ reimagined by Kraftwerk and Kevin Shields” – NME – 8/10
“A shoegaze informed version of Grandaddy’s ‘The Sophtware Slump’ that takes in everything from Scritti Politti to The Left Banke via Ultra Vivid Scene and Jean-Claude Vannier” – The Stool Pigeon – 4/5
“Krautrock refracted through the hall of mirrors in the Palace of Versailles” – BBC Music
“Yeti Lane rattle out potent slabs of retrograde swells, barely catching breath as they throttle through star-chasing melodies” – The Skinny
“The balance between melody and chaos is in perfect equilibrium, creating a truly epic piece of work” – Music OMH
“Yeti Lane have crafted a classic of their very own. Consider the ante well and truly upped” – Sounds XP
“You’ll get to know Yeti Lane a fair bit after this” – High Voltage
There will also be a very limited white vinyl pressing of the album available shortly. Pre-order your copy here.