Watch Yuck Cover New Order's "Age Of Consent"
Yuck has had an eventful two years since releasing its debut album.
Earlier this year, frontman Daniel Blumberg announced that he would be leaving the group to pursue his own solo efforts. Just months after the announcement, Blumberg released his debut album, Unreal, under the name Hebronix. With Blumberg gone, Yuck was forced to regroup. Yuck announced that guitarist Max Bloom would step up to fill the role of frontman and guitarist Ed Hayes would take Bloom’s spot. Yuck is now set to release its sophomore album, Glow & Behold, in October.
Leading up to the release of their sophomore album, Yuck has already given fans a taste of what their new record will sound like with the release of two new tracks “Rebirth” and “Middle Sea.” The band has now released a video of them covering New Order’s “Age Of Consent,” a song from Power, Corruption & Lies. Directed by Michael Lawrence, the black-and-white video shows the band’s new lineup and was shot at RAK Studios in London.
Glow & Behold is out Oct. 1 via Fat Possum Records
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