The Yolks: Meringue-Pop

23 Sep

TheYolks

Just a quick post with a low quality video to introduce THE YOLKS , a bit of fresh air on the French music circuit. Formed in 2007, The Yolks are soon to be the male quatuor en-vogue. I would say that their tunes have caught my attention for the intensity of their melodies more so than the maturity of their lyrics, but overall their first EP (just released) should hopefully get the attention of some shy A&R’s, especially “Stop Working” and “Temptation”.

One more thing, the keyboard player really looks like your man from the 118118 advert (for those lucky enough to be exposed to British TV advertising).

I strongly advise to listen to their myspace which seem the only way to stream their music right now as the video quality is quite poor.

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One Response to “The Yolks: Meringue-Pop”

  1. Merrill 27/09/2009 at 22:24 #

    If only the singer had a voice.

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