Yak Debut Music Video For “No”- Make US Debut At CMJ This Week

YAK RELEASE VIDEO FOR THIRD MAN RECORDS SINGLE “NO”
7″ NO EP OUT NOVEMBER 13TH (PRE-ORDER NOW)

PERFORMING AT CMJ THIS WEEK FOR FIRST EVER US SHOWS

ANNOUNCE BIGGEST EVER UK HEADLINE TOUR

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As announced last week, Yak are set to release their most thrilling material yet with their second EP, produced by Pulp’s Steve Mackey. The No EP will be released on November 13th via Third Man Records, and is available for pre-order now.

Today the London trio have unveiled the official video for the EP title track “No”. Directed by ex-Jesus And Mary Chain member Douglas Hart (who’s also made videos for Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine and The Horrors), the disorientating, sense-exploding clip captures exactly why Yak are fast becoming known as the UK’s most ferociously exciting live band.

Watch the official “No”:

“This snarly, overdriven cut from the band’s latest 7″” wrote Noisey of  “No” upon the song’s debut on SoundCloud last week, is “bitten into with a gutter-punk fang and a growling British accents.”

Stream “No” on SoundCloud
Pre-Order the No EP on iTunes now for an instant grat download of “No”

Hot off the back of a lengthy tour with Peace, Yak are set to make their US live debut later this month at CMJ before embarking on their biggest headline tour of the UK to date. They will also support Jim Jones And The Righteous Mind tonight at London Oslo.

The No 7″ EP Tracklisting:
1.    No
2.    Alas Salvation
3.    Out On A Limb

Upcoming CMJ schedule and tour dates below:

Oct 12 – London, Oslo (w/Jim Jones And The Righteous Mind)
Oct 14 – CMJ – New York, NY – Santos Party House
(NME, Popgun, House Arrest CMJ Party) 8pm
Oct 15 – CMJ – New York, NY –  Mercury Lounge
(High Road Touring CMJ Showcase) 10pm
Nov 13 – France, Les Inrocks Festival – Paris Boule Noire
Nov 14 – Southampton, Indiependence Festival
Ticket link:www.independencefest.co.uk
Nov 17 – London, Moth Club
Nov 18 – Brighton, Prince Albert
Nov 19 – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
Nov 20 – Liverpool, Magnet
Nov 21 – Bristol, Start The Bus
Nov 24 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Nov 25 – Glasgow, Broadcast
Nov 26 – Edinburgh, Sneaky Pete’s
Nov 27 – Newcastle, Head Of Steam
Nov 28 – Leicester, The Cookie
Dec 1 – Manchester, Gullivers
Dec 2 – Cardiff, Ifor Bach
Dec 3 – Falmouth, Mono
Dec 4 – Plymouth, The Underground
The Quietus: “A genuine force of nature… Yak is one of those bands that restore your faith in rock & roll”
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