Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun
NME.COM feature on Yo La Tengo - Summer Sun album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 08 April 2003
NYC weirdniks come in from the cold for 11th full length album
Enigmatic and frankly smug about it, New Yorkers Yo La Tengo are the high-brow uptown to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs seedy downtown. Beloved of esoteric side projects as well as foggy pop moments, their long career has won them adoration in lo-fi circles, but 'Summer Sun' sees Ira Kaplan's three-headed avant-rock behemoth embrace something like normality. Inevitably, it's a...
- Apr 23, 2003
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- Beach Party Tonight
- Little Eyes
- Nothing But You and Me
- Season of the Shark
- Today Is the Day
- Tiny Birds
- How to Make a Baby Elephant Float
- Georgia vs. Yo La Tengo
- Don't Have To Be Sad
- Don't Have to Be So Sad
- Winter A-Go-Go
- Winter A Go-Go
- Moonrock Mambo
- Let's Be Still
- Take Care
Are Yo La Tengo vexed by everyone considering their best albums to have been made in the previous century?
- Jan 8, 2013
Luscious buzzpop of ages...
- Oct 24, 2003
The third annual All Tomorrow's Parties festival finds Television</strong reclaiming their new wave punk crown...
- Apr 9, 2001
Band to play June UK tour with a twist
Group will spin a wheel of fate at the start of each show
Band will join Wilco, Iron & Wine and The Low Anthem at the event
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