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C'mon People!

I'm writing the first review because it needs to be said that this band is talented. My personal favorite is "So We"re Named After Saints.' Their lyrics intrigue me in some odd way i can't explain and they have a strangely upbeat sound my car can't help but blast. These guys need to get big and successful because their music is GOOD!


The only way for me to describe this band is AWESOME. they are so talented it just blows me away. my favorite songs are tonight we dance and mr.hyde so if you wanna just test out Yashin those are the songs to get!!!!!!!!!!


Formed: 2006 in Greenock, Scotland

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

Scottish post-hardcore band Yashin formed in 2006 in the town of Greenock, just outside Glasgow. School friends Paul Charles Travers (guitar) and Andrew McShane (bass) enlisted founding vocalist Michael Rice, drummer David Beaton, and original guitarist Lewis Millen. The quintet released a pair of pop-punk and hardcore-influenced EPs in 2008: Pay to Play and Miles Away But Getting Closer. Rice parted ways with the group in October of that year, and the band hired two new vocalists while on tour....
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