Brooklyn's Yeah Yeah Yeahs led an art-rock insurrection with their debut album 'Fever To Tell' in 2003, and the long-awaited release of their third, 'It's Blitz', cements them as more than merely scene figureheads. While it shares occasional sonic similarities to their earlier work, the majority of 'It's Blitz' sees the band tackling more intricate and considered territory. However, with lead single 'Zero' they prove that they still know how to marshal the dancefloor, albeit with an unexpectedly industrial-sounding edge.
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