Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Cool It Down review – white-hot tracks crackle and seethe
(Secretly Canadian)Karen O is more incisive than ever on the band’s first album since 2013, which fluctuates between burning intensity and awestruck loveCool It Down is something of a misnomer. The first album from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs since 2013 fumes, seethes, smokes, smirks. It’s not the polemic that acerbic lead single Spitting Off the Edge of the World, a collaboration with Los Angeles indie luminary Perfume Genius, may have suggested. But i…
Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Give Volcanic 'Kimmel' Performance & Release New Album 'Cool It Down': Watch & Stream
About 20 years ago, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs helped supercharge the idea that Brooklyn was the coolest place in the world, and you could argue that they’re part of the reason that, for instance, Jimmy Kimmel Live now descends on Brooklyn to tape a week of shows. So it’s only right that this week, when Kimmel is in Brooklyn and the YYYs’ long-awaited comeback album Cool It Down is finally out, the YYYs were musical guests on Kimmel.