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Yeasayer Announce Their Breakup

"We have decided that Yeasayer has reached its end."

Dec 19, 2019 Yeasayer
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Yeasayer have broken up. The Brooklyn trio (Anand Wilder, Chris Keating, Ira Wolf Tuton) announced the news via an Instagram post. “It is a decision that has not been made lightly or swiftly, but the three of us agree that it is the right one at the right time,” wrote the band. The band formed in 2006 and released five albums: All Hour Cymbals (2007), Odd Blood (2010), Fragrant World (2012), Amen & Goodbye (2016), and Erotic Reruns (2019).

Here is the band’s full statement:

“We have decided that Yeasayer has reached its end. It is a decision that has not been made lightly or swiftly, but the three of us agree that it is the right one at the right time.

We count ourselves lucky to have shared our 15 years as a band with so many people all over the world. To all that have supported us and engaged in our musical universe over the years, we thank you.

Anand, Chris and Ira”

Odd Blood was perhaps their best-received album and their last two albums didn’t match the acclaim of their earlier work.

Read our My Firsts interview with the band’s Chris Keating. Keating talked about first crushes, stalking Mr. T, a sexy vampire, his first job at a video store, the exact date he lost his virginity, and many other things.

Read our 2016 interview with Yeasyer on Amen & Goodbye.

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