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Review: Yesterdrive Surge On Their Six-Track Debut EP

North East alt rockers get off on the right foot


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Yesterdrive frontman Molee Lollen at Ziro Festival of Music 2014. Photo: Pranab Doley

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YesterdriveA year after they made their live debut at the Ziro Festival of Music in Arunachal Pradesh in 2013, Delhi-based alt rockers Yesterdrive returned to the venue in September and walked away proving why they’re one of the best new bands to come out of the North East. They surge and go slow on their six-track debut offering, catchy guitar hooks on “Voices,” dance-y drums on “Hold On,” and a dose of synth goodness on “Sweet Green Emotion.” After gigs across the country, they’ve shaken off any signs of lacking that shiny indie rock lustre and are well on their way to sounding big and ready for any stage.

This article appeared in the November 2014 issue of ROLLING STONE India.

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