The New York Times digs into the history of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs in a newly published editorial, but what's more the editorial included a premiere of a brand new track from the New York outfit. Titled "Under the Earth", the cut steps away from the gospel rock of "Sacrilege" and moves into slippery funk basslines and spacey synthesizers. It's a grimy track fit for a night on the town. Stream it here.
Mosquito, the band's fourth studio LP, is out on April 16th. Check out the tracklisting below.
04. Under the Earth
06. These Paths
07. Area 52
08. Buried Alive (feat. Dr. Octagon)
11. Wedding Song