Yukon Blonde pushes their sound into new territories with their latest single “You Were Mine.” Released via Dine Alone Records, the indie-rock ensemble synthesize the sounds of psych-rock to craft aural worlds defined by their own forward-thinking style.
“You Were Mine” possesses a gritty spirit that surveys the peculiar space between pop and hues of psychedelic rock that are both playful and expansive. Swathed in orchestral chords and ambitious transitions, Yukon Blonde is deceptively experimental with their instrumental coalition. A non-linear treat, “You Were Mine” is a ride through metallic vocals, technical breakdowns, and symphonic harmonies. Listen to this genre-distorting number below.
Also, stream Yukon Blonde’s new album Vindicator out everywhere on November 13th via Dine Alone Records.