KEXP Video of the Week: Yeasayer live at CMJ 2007

Next week, KEXP will broadcast live from the CMJ Music Marathon in New York. Each year, we like to mix it up as we host live performances throughout the week by including higher profile bands like The Hold Stead, Band of Horses, Simian Mobile Disco, and Brad, with lesser known ones like Dead Confederate (at the time), Harlem Shakes, and Eagle Seagull.

This year you’ll find a similar mix of the familiar and unfamiliar, with regular KEXP favs Fujiya & Miyagi, Broken Social Scene, and Lykke Li alongside bands you’ve been hearing for a little while, like The Voom Blooms, Hercules & Love Affair, and A Place To Bury Strangers, and some bands you’ve maybe never heard yet at all, like Johnny Foreigner, All The Saints, or Bang Bang Eche. Tune in all week, and check out the full schedule here.

One of the bands from last year’s broadcast was so great that we had to include them on Live on KEXP Volume Four. Here are three videos filmed by our friends at New York Noise from Yeasayer:

Wait For The Summer:

2080 (on Live at KEXP Volume Four):


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