Artist picture of Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

327 342 fans

Listen to all of Yeah Yeah Yeahs's tracks on Deezer

Artist's top tracks

Heads Will Roll Yeah Yeah Yeahs 03:41
Maps Yeah Yeah Yeahs 03:39
Heads Will Roll Yeah Yeah Yeahs 06:25
Heads Will Roll Yeah Yeah Yeahs 03:24
Gold Lion Yeah Yeah Yeahs 03:07
Skeletons Yeah Yeah Yeahs 05:02
Spitting Off the Edge of the World Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Perfume Genius 04:17
Zero Yeah Yeah Yeahs 04:25
Burning Yeah Yeah Yeahs 04:05
Runaway Yeah Yeah Yeahs 05:13

Latest release

New releases from Yeah Yeah Yeahs on Deezer

Popular albums

Most popular albums from Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Similar artists

Find artists similar to Yeah Yeah Yeahs


Playlists & music by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Featured in

Listen to Yeah Yeah Yeahs on Deezer

For every mood


As The Strokes and White Stripes sent the UK indie scene into a fevered love affair with any garage rock band willing to name-drop The Ramones, Yeah Yeah Yeahs emerged pouting out of New York in a haze of artsy punk glamour in 2001. A self-titled EP and support shows with The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion created a steady buzz before debut album Fever To Tell (2003) launched the singles “Date With The Night”, “Maps”, “Pin” and “Y Control”. Bristling with wild energy, flamboyant fashions and a bewitching air of cool, Karen O was widely compared to a young Debbie Harry as the band released second album Show Your Bones (2006). Throbbing with disco glitz and club beats, third album It's Blitz! (2009) marked a significant departure, dispensing with Nick Zinner's crunching fuzz guitar in favour of synths and dance-floor joy. Critics and fans loved it and NME named single “Zero” as Track of the Year for 2009. Meanwhile, a remix of album track “Heads Will Roll” by Fool’s Gold Records boss A-Trak proved to be a global sleeper hit, obtaining gold certification in the UK and amassing over 300 million streams. The trio’s next LP, Mosquito, arrived in 2013 to positive reviews, reaching a career high of #5 on the Billboard 200. They subsequently called an indefinite hiatus, during which Karen released a commercially successful solo debut, Crush Songs (2014), and a lyric from “Maps” was interpolated by Beyoncé on her 2016 hit single “Hold Up”, penned by Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig. Reuniting in 2017 and marking their comeback with a deluxe reissue of their first album, the group soon returned to the studio to work on new material, while Karen also teamed up with trip-hop producer Danger Mouse for an acclaimed joint LP entitled Lux Prima (2019).