A couple of years ago we were given a formal introduction to YellowFever with a self-titled 12" that collected EPs and singles dating back to 2006, released on Vivian Girls' Wild World Records. Since then the duo have decided to drop the pneumonia-influenced name for something perhaps more fitting, Deep Time, and prepped a self-titled full-length debut, due out July 10 on Hardly Art. Jennifer Moore's vocals sooth and haunt the listener all at once as she peels away pop-drenched guitar licks and beautiful organ leads. All the while drummer Adam Jones is bopping away, filling every moment with foot-moving thuds that seem to soften at times, but never wholly drop out of the track. Jones provides, hands down, some of the best drumming I've heard on any release in quite some time. The duo create infectious pop jams that never cease to impress. Check out previews of each track as well as some gorgeous graphics of the wondrous Earth in red and blue. Gorilla vs Bear recently premiered the LP's first single, so check that out below as well. In slightly related news, Deep Time's Jennifer Moore recently wrote a passionate response on Impose to an obnoxiously sexist review of Grass Widow's Internal Logic over at Vice. It's a great read and perhaps an eye opener, so check that out over here.
MP3: Deep Time - Clouds
Deep Time drops July 10 on CD & LP. Go ahead and order your copy now via Hardly Art.