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Yeah Yeah Yeahs share song (from 2002?), teasing something ‘Fever To Tell’-related

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

It’s been four years since Yeah Yeah Yeahs released their last record, Mosquito, and the band have somewhat been on hiatus following that album’s cycle (aside from a one-off appearance in 2016). Today, the band has posted a video to their Facebook page, with the caption “Wait….. #FeverToTell Tomorrow,” and it contains an instrumental song called “Phone Jam” that appears to be an unreleased song from 2002 (a cassette with “June 2002″ written on it is pictured). 2018 marks the 15th anniversary of the release of Fever To Tell… perhaps a reissue is on the horizon? Our fingers are crossed for some full-album shows too (like Interpol just did). Stay tuned for further details.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs will be playing two festivals this fall, Los Angeles’ The Growlers Six in October, and Austin-area festival Sound on Sound in November. Those are their first proper shows in four years.

UPDATE: It also looks like Bowery Presents is teasing a YYYs show at Kings Theatre before Sound on Sound.

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