Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

In the middle of 2005, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah were being touted as the hottest unsigned band in the U.S. Their self-titled debut was self-produced, self-released, self-promoted, and self-distributed.
A four-song demo trickled into a full-length LP which was released in the summer of 2005, followed soon thereafter by a national tour. In 2007, Clap Your Hands released their second full-length, Some Loud Thunder. In 2011, they released Hysterical. Each Clap Your Hands album has been released independently in the U.S.
They enjoy french toast, petting zoos, and mushroom foraging.
They're big in Japan . . .

Arc Iris

Accompanied by lush arrangements, Jocie Adams' songs wind the audience through the pages of an anthology of fairy tales. The singing is strange and beautiful. The music is enchanting and whimsical. Her album, "Bed of Notions," is a diamond in the rough in the libraries of musicians around the world. Her unique style has been described by Rolling Stone as "demonstrating how to play without replicating, how to pay tribute without ripping off and how to honor something old by making it something new."



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