Sydney trio Yon Yonson have unveiled Cardboard, their first new track in eight months and a first taste of their upcoming EP Fermented Fruit – out nice and soon on September 7th.
A new Yon Yonson track is always a good time (even if it makes you wanna cry a little), and the latest is no exception. Cardboard is smooth and whimsical, a tune for those of us who can’t say no to a night in.
Sink into the grooves of Cardboard, a brand new tune from Sydney band Yon Yonson. It’s the first slice from their Fermented Fruit EP, a record we can’t wait to hear.
Vocalist Andrew Kuo’s verses hit hard as ever, touching on self-image and social anxiety with a perfectly relatable candour. Instrumentally the track is lovely; a concoction of synths and beats which never kicks it to 11, resisting a crescendo in favour of something far sweeter.
Listen to Cardboard below.
“This was kinda our take on a classic crooner track”, the band shared, “but rather than being a smooth, earnest love song it’s about being a piece of shit and hating parties.”
Yon Yonson’s last big release was Yes No Sorry, an album they dropped in February 2017. Fermented Fruit will hit shelves on September 7th – so keep an ear out.