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Yeah But No from Berlin released their self-titled debut album in November, accompanied by a couple of singles singles, and a nice remix EP with contributions from label mates Lessons, from Phonique and Ruede Hagelstein. After touring on their own and as support for Sylvan Esso and Zoot Woman, another extensive tour segment is due to begin in the spring of 2018.
The band also releases "My Secret Beating", a new single track, which is not included on the album. Although sounding a bit more positive than the material on the album, "My Secret Beating" is about the moment when you realize that the person you adore is not feeling anything like you. in fact you mean nothing to that person. Anything said means nothing. The disappointment is becoming so great that you slowly dissolve.
Merging electronic music with classic song structures into a smart and captivating listening enjoyment. That's Yeah But No's objective. The duo from Berlin is comprised of techno producer Douglas Greed and singer Fabian Kuss. The former made a name for himself in the techno scene and recently released an album together with Mooryc with their mutual project Eating Snow.
The two get to know each other four years ago when Greed was looking for a singer for his tracks. Tasteful success label Freude am Tanzen releases his music during that time and he tours through Europe, plays in Mexico and Australia. In Fabian Kuss he finds the matching counterpart. Not only has he studied voice but also stood on stages all across the country and explored musical styles from jazz to funk and pop with his bands.
In addition to their tour activities, Yeah But No are currently working on the tracks of their second album, which will be released in November 2018.