Yeasayer – Amen & Goodbye

Amen Goodbye

In case you missed it, Peter Robinson wrote a rather excellent article earlier in the month discussing “post genre” bands, and the way in which millennials are acclimatised to consume all music without recourse to a genre-fixated cultural identity. It makes an awful lot of sense: as I write, a former member of One Direction is the cover star of this week’s NME. It also got me thinking back to the first time I saw Yeasayer covered on Robinson’s Popjustice blog. It seemed strange, then, that “O.N.E.” could be critically adored on Pitchfork, while simultaneously being enjoyed next to Alphabeat.

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