“We feel like these 5 songs represent the Yellowcard sound that fans know and love in the best possible way."
Felt emo, might cruise.
'Lift A Sail' is proof that a band doesn't need to regress with their age.
If you're twenty-something years old, then chances are that Yellowcard were one of the bands that soundtracked your youth. Upon the release of their breakthrough album 'Ocean Avenue' in 2003, the band blew up in the worldwide alternative music scene. Now, a decade later, the group has done a lot of growing up, and is set to release their most mature record to date, 'Lift A Sail' this October. We had the chance to talk to violinist Sean Mackin about the record, as well as about their return to Australia next year with Mayday Parade.
A surprisingly apt and energetic reinvention of the 2003 hit release.
Pop punk catalysts Yellowcard have had a very successful career in what they do best, making music and doing it for the fans. Killyourstereo.com gets the opportunity to sit down with Sean Mackin (violin/vocals) to discuss all things Yellowcard and a little bit extra.
All the things you love about Yellowcard, taken to a new level. Yellowcard aren't just back, they are better.
More than just a bunch of acoustic versions.
Get used to seeing the name Yellowcard once again.