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Yung – “God”

Yung are a Danish post-punk quartet fronted by Mikkel Holm who make surging, gleeful guitar music about being young, feeling a million things at once, and wanting to get it all out. They’ve been expertly churning out songs and EPs since the beginning of this year with their Alter EP and a few other 7″ […]


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Yung – “Blue Uniforms”

Yung is a Danish post-punk quartet who gave us the willful, glorious kiss-off “Nobody Cares” earlier this year. That song was on their debut EP, Alter, which came out in March, and now they’re prepping the follow-up. With the perfectly bratty title These Thoughts Are Like Mandatory Chores, the six-track EP shows the band’s growth. […]

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Yung – “Burning Bodies”

The Danish quartet Yung mixes punk fervor with psychedelic tones, leaving their music with a sense of youthful carelessness. We last heard the A-side from their forthcoming 7″, “Blanket.” On the B-side, “Burning Bodies,” there’s still urgency and excitement but it’s more subdued. The metal clangs and lo-fi fuzz guitar with echoing vocals produce in […]

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Yung – “Blanket”

Danish four-piece Yung’s furious apathy anthem “Nobody Cares” immediately hooked me on their sound — urgent punk with snarl and fuzz. After the release of their Alter EP in March, they’ve followed up with “Blanket,” a warm, nostalgic tangle that’ll take you back to all the summer camp nights you spent oceanside, gazing up at […]