June 11, 2011 19:47

Yeasayer showcase two new songs in the US - video

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Yeasayer have premiered two new songs during a gig on their current tour of the US.

The band showcased 'Henrietta' and 'Demon Road' at a recent show at the Blue Note in Columbia. Watch footage of both tracks below.

The Brooklyn band have been playing a series of new songs on their current US tour including the track 'The Devil And The Deed', which they debuted on Conan O'Brien's Conan TV show last month.


Beyond their current US tour, which wraps up in New York on July 9, the group have no further shows planned for the rest of the year across the globe.

The Brooklyn band recently sent an email out to fans saying they are hoping to start working on the follow-up to their 2009 album 'Odd Blood' as soon as their current jaunt of America wraps up.



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