Yellow Radio’s ‘Fever’ Is Punky, Dance-Oriented Indie Rock

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Yellow Radio’s ‘Fever’ is fun, dance-oriented indie rock with a distinct punk flair. “The name Yellow Radio came to the surface,” the band says, “when [frontman] Jon Du was about 15 years of age.” While staying with his extended family, he had to “find solace in a tiny room he was given to sleep in. In that room, however, was a tiny yellow radio where he discovered The Rolling Stones and The Beatles.” These bands would, “change the course of his life,” by inspiring “his love and insatiable passion for music.” Clearly, these guys take a lot from the post-punk revival. In particular, they sound a lot like dance punk legends Bloc Party. Their sound isn’t groundbreaking, but they bring a funky, eclectic distinctly Parisian sensibility to their music that gives them a lot of charm. This band has a lot to offer. Check out ‘Fever’ below!

Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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