Yung – Uncombed Hair

Posted: April 15, 2016 in Alternative, Indie, Music, Post Punk, Rock
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Danish quartet Yung are sharing Uncombed Hair, the second single to be taken from forthcoming debut full-length, A Youthful Dream (out 10/06 on Fat Possum & Tough Love).

Musically it may sit in the worlds of Ty Segall, Super Chunk and Jay Reatard, but it is a deceptively tragic song that covers difficult emotional terrain in a very personal way, noticing the burden a friend is carrying reflected in his unkempt appearance.

Singer, guitarist, and songwriter Mikkel Holm Silkier said “It relates to death and depression, which was something that was a significantly big part of one of my dear friend’s life when I wrote the song and couldn’t help but inform my music. So this one is dedicated to bad things and good people.”

Stream it here. Pre-order the album here.

 

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