Yellowire Announce ‘Draw The Line’ EP – Out November 11th


Yellowire have announced the release of a four track EP titled “Draw The Line”, out November 11th, the first of new material from the four-piece since the release of their debut album in 2011.

After a momentous summer spent performing at a host of major events, one of London’s most promising indie outfits have more significant news to share. In recent months the band have had a lot to talk about. First, their unreleased track, “Tonight’s The Night” made it onto a YouTube advert for Daft Punkís “Random Access Memories”. They were then asked to play alongside the likes of Kasabian at Hard Rock Calling, before The Rolling Stones invited them to play their Hyde Park extravaganza, followed by shows over in Nashville, Tennessee. Yellowire have just finished a mammoth European tour opening up for The feeling, stopping off at cities across the continent, taking in the length and breadth of mainland Britain. The “Draw The Line” EP is a collection of new studio material from the band, having worked with Richard Flack (Florence And The Machine, Palma Violets, Summer Camp) at Guy Chambers’ London studio over the Summer.

Track Listing
Out West
Seven Hours to Sunlight

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