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Album Review

Before Yuck began working on their second album, Daniel Blumberg, one of their two guitarist/songwriter/vocalists, quit the band. Bands are always losing members and soldiering on, and Yuck decided to carry on too. Their early singles and debut album were thrilling and sometimes weird retro-shoegaze pop; a whirling blend of noise and stillness, melody and energy, that was built around really strong songs and surprising levels of emotion. On their first Blumberg-less album, Glow & Behold, the remaining trio focuses on the pretty and melodic side of the equation. At their best, like on the super-hooky "Middle Ages" or the chummy-sounding "Lose My Breath," the band comes off like a lightweight variation of Velocity Girl's upbeat shoegaze, which isn't a bad thing at all.

Customer Reviews

Different Band and I Like It

There’s less reliance on noise and more on melodies and riffs than their first album. Daniel Blumberg’s departure definitely changed their sound and I feel this is a completely different band. Usually bands in this situation turn out really bad albums but I think this is really good. Not as great as their last album, of course, but I recommed this album as a strong sophmore.

Solid 1990's ish indie rock album.

Subtle shoegaze influences and 90's indie rock influences i hear throughout this album. Reminiscent of Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, and Film School. Great guitar sounds and mellow chill melodies. Different in a way from their previous work but this album stands on its own and is a good listen.


Still great music without Blumberg!


Formed: 2009 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Having seemingly been blessed with the Midas touch in terms of being at the center of mass music press hype, by the end of 2010 -- and before the age of 20 -- Daniel Blumberg (guitar/vocals) and Max Bloom (guitar/vocals) found themselves in their second project that had achieved just that. The London-born longtime friends were once melting teenage girls' hearts with the indie pop of Cajun Dance Party (in which Bloom played bass). But having received rave reviews for their XL Recordings 2008 debut...
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