Yeah Yeah Yeahs Share Unreleased Tunes, Announce Documentary, & “Fever To Tell” Reissue
YES, YES, YES.
The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs are reuniting this fall.
This alone is incredible news. But now, the prolific indie rockers seminal debut Fever To Tell is getting an official reissue.
This will feature previously unreleased demos, B-sides, and other rarities from the era. In the spirit of the release, the band’s already gone on to unveil two unreleased numbers, “Shake It” and “Phone Jam.” The two new tunes are the ultimate in a raw, organic outpouring from the group, and hint at an incredibly intimate look at the band on its way.
Alongside news of the reissue and unreleased tracks, comes the announcement of a new documentary about their “near downfall,” dubbed There Is No Modern Romance.
At the moment there’s not a release date set on the documentary but it’s likely to be a real doozy.
If fans feel so obliged they can obtain the monstrous Deluxe Box reissue—a numbered, signed, wrapped in fishnet stockings, and limited to 2,000 copies worldwide release—also with two newly remastered LPs. The box features nine unreleased demos, eight B-sides and rarities, and five newspaper lyric posters.
As if that’s not enough, the package also includes pages from Karen O’s notebook, a 164-page hardbound book of Nick Zinner’s personal photos, and more. There’s also a custom champagne cork 8GB USB stick containing video content and the vinyl’s 29 audio tracks, for the ultimate Yeah Yeah Yeahs fan. Check out the fire Deluxe box here.
We’re stoked the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are making an effervescent return and even more so to see them perform at Texas‘ Sound on Sound Festival this November.