Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Karen O: Yeah Yeah Yeahs Are on ‘Bit of a Hiatus’

Don't expect any new music from Yeah Yeah Yeahs anytime soon. In an interview with NME, frontwoman Karen O revealed that the art-punk trio is…
James Grebey / December 22, 2014

Watch Karen O Perform ‘Rapt’ in a Fan’s Living Room

In the lead-up to the release of her debut solo album Crush Songs, Karen O announced that she would hold a handful of listening parties and…
Dan Reilly / September 19, 2014

Karen O’s Solo LP ‘Crush Songs’ Revisits Youthful ‘Love Crusade’

Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs is finally releasing a proper solo album. Titled Crush Songs, the record is due out September 9 via Julian…
Dan Reilly / June 25, 2014

Walter Martin, Karen O Become Children in ‘Sing to Me’ Video

Walter Martin is for the kids. The former multi-instrumentalist and co-songwriter for the Walkmen (who took an indefinite break back in February) recently declared his…
Harley Brown / June 11, 2014

U2 and Karen O Confirmed, Of Course, to Sing at 2014 Oscars

Karen O and U2 are bound for the Oscars stage. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman and Irish titans have been announced as performers for the…
Kyle McGovern / February 13, 2014

Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner Boosts the Bass on Broken Bells’ ‘Holding on for Life’ Remix

Broken Bells' long-teased second album will finally drop on February 4, following a pair of tracks, a few clips from a sci-fi mini-movie, and a…
Kyle McGovern / January 22, 2014

Nick Zinner Polishes SQURL’s ‘Pink Dust’ for Radio Edit Remix

Jim Jarmusch's SQÜRL project will continue its trilogy of EPs with its second release, the aptly named EP #2. Out November 5 via ATP Recordings,…
Kyle McGovern / October 16, 2013

Karen O Pens Intimate Lullaby ‘The Moon Song’ for Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’

When the song says "Karen O," it really means Karen O, period. "The Moon Song" is a new song from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman…
Marc Hogan / August 29, 2013

The 40 Best Things We Saw at Outside Lands 2013

Although it boasted performances from Paul McCartney, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Nine Inch Nails, San Francisco's 6th annual Outside Lands still had to deal…
SPIN Staff / August 12, 2013

Outside Lands 2013: SPIN’s Best Live Photos

The sixth annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is taking over San Francisco this weekend, featuring Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails, the Red Hot…
SPIN Staff / August 10, 2013

Outside Lands 2013’s 5 Most Wrenching Set-Time Conflicts

The San Francisco Bay Area is a famously mellow zone that happens to be quite amenable to festival culture. But that doesn't mean it's all…
Chris Martins / July 27, 2013

Watch Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Towering ‘Despair’ Video, Shot Atop the Empire State Building

The Empire State Building hasn't been the tallest building in the world since before Karen O was born. For a brief time, though, from the…
Marc Hogan / June 24, 2013

Yeah Yeah Yeahs End ‘Epic’ Night on Top of the Empire State Building

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have become the first act to film a music video atop the Empire State Building. As the New York Times reports,…
Kyle McGovern / June 21, 2013

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Rep for Michael Jackson and Bring ‘Despair’ to ‘Fallon’

Yeah Yeah Yeahs rained "Despair" on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (June 20), performing in support of Mosquito, the SPIN cover stars' fourth full-length, which also…
Kyle McGovern / June 21, 2013

Music Midtown 2013 Lineup: Phoenix, Queens of the Stone Age, Kendrick Lamar, and More

Atlanta's Music Midtown festival returns this fall, promising live performances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens of the Stone Age, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Phoenix, and Kendrick Lamar. The two-day…
Kyle McGovern / June 18, 2013
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