Yesterday Turn Off Your Television released their second album “Humble Waves”. And I do recognise some parts from last year’s wonderful debut album. The folk pop and rock with beautiful melodies is still present, but yet it is quite a different experience in several ways.
The dreamy and the fine-polished has been cast aside and given way for a dirtier, more naked and more back-to-the-roots sound, where influences from the sixties and the seventies are quite obvious, from Beatlesque pop to psychadelia. At the same time it’s darker and with a sound with better depth and heaviness. An album that feels at least as strong as the former one, but in a different way.