YONAKA Announce Debut Album ‘Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow’
The Brighton rockers have unleashed a new track titled Bad Company.
Yonaka had a busy 2018. With a successful festival run, including Reading & Leeds and All Points East, and a support slot on Bring Me The Horizon’s UK and European tour, the band has widely broadened their reach and geared themselves up for a busy 2019.
With the announcement of their debut album, Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow, to be released on May 31st through Asylum Records, Yonaka have also released a new single named Bad Company. The sound is like as if Marina Diamandis decided to join a rock band instead of singing indie pop, including the personal lyrics, dealing with mental health. This seems to be a theme across the whole album, or as Theresa Jarvis, the actual, gifted frontwoman of Yonaka puts it:
The writing process for the DWTT has been a cathartic one. We self-produced the entire LP, which features nine news songs and 3 already released, including the second track we ever wrote – “Awake”. The album’s title ‘Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow’ is a message about reaching out to someone, picking up the phone and making a call; it’s about knowing it’s ok to not be ok. The title track is a personal favourite of mine. We can’t wait to release the album and we hope it resonates with our fans as much as it does with us.
- Bad Company
2. Lose Our Heads
4. Guilty (For Your Love)
7. Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow
8. Punch Bag
9. Fired Up
10. Wake Up
11. The Cure
Yonaka will be starting their UK tour in March and will be playing All Points East festival in London the day their album drops. See full live dates below.
15 – Birmingham, Castle & Falcon
16 – Nottingham, Bodega
17 – Bristol, The Fleece
19 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
21 – Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
25 – Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender
26 – Newcastle, This is Tomorrow
27 – Glasgow, The Cathouse
28 – Sheffield, The Plug
30 – London, Heaven
31 – London, All Points East
03 – Cambridge, Portland Arms
04 – Norwich, Arts Centre
05 – Leeds, The Wardrobe
06 – Stoke on Trent, Sugarmill
07 – Hove, The Old Market