We Yes You No | Somewhere On a Train

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Somewhere On a Train

by We Yes You No

Unusual, impressionstic art-rock with elements of noir, classical music and surf
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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1. Somewhere in the Sand
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2. He Is
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3. Stripes of Grey
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4. I Live in Ny
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5. Life in Reverse
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hello. We are relatively new and relatively old. We sound like words, tones and notes - but better. We play atmospheric, eccentric and melodic songs, and try to tell people that the world is on the verge of turning flat. Our music, a kind of unusual, impressionstic art-rock with elements of noir, classical music and surf has been featured on several compilations (including Best of Myspace UK). We have recorded 2 EPs ['Everything' (2006) and somewhere on a Train (2009)
and one full-length album [Music for Beginners (2007)]and are currently in the process of recording another 2 EPs.
We were awarded "Best Unsigned Recording of the Year" by Playmusic Magazine and our single "Dream in Motion" was described as "a timeless wonder" by Rob da Bank on BBC Radio1.


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