MP3 At 3PM: Yeasayer

Who knew that Yeasayer’s second single O.N.E off of their latest L.P. Odd Blood (Secretly Canadian) could sound even more like the greatest 80s song that never was even more so than its predecessor Ambling Alp? Although they’ve stuck to their formula of trippy percussion-driven tracks, Yeasayer’s first two singles are a bit more radio-friendly than anything off of their previous album All Hour Cymbols. Despite lead singer melancholy lyrics, The reverberating guitar chords of Yeasayer’s second single O.N.E. create quite possibly the bounciest feel-good dance anthem of the year thus far.

yeasayer6436Who knew that “O.N.E.,” Yeasayer’s second single off latest LP Odd Blood (Secretly Canadian), could sound even more like the greatest ’80s song that never was—even more so than its predecessor, “Ambling Alp”? Although the trio stuck to its formula of trippy, percussion-driven tracks, Odd Blood‘s first two singles are a bit more radio-friendly than anything off previous album, 2007’s All Hour Cymbals. Despite melancholy lyrics, the reverberating guitar chords of “O.N.E.” create quite possibly the bounciest, feel-good dance anthem of the year thus far. As a bonus, here’s an mp3 of “Ambling Alp,” as well.

“O.N.E.” (download):
http://magnetmagazine.com/audio/O.N.E.mp3

“Ambling Alp” (download):
http://magnetmagazine.com/audio/AmblingAlp.mp3