The Underground Youth

The story of Mademoiselle is a testament to the power of great music being able to reach an audience, regardless of the fact the artist might be unsigned, underground and almost unheard of. Originally released in 2010 and only available online, Mademoiselle has piled up millions of views on YouTube, and saw The Underground Youth acquire a cult following at a ferocious pace.

The album has continued to endear audiences with its bluesy psychedelic leaning, based on beautifully crafted lyricism and a sculpted sound. Layers of reverb-drenched, folk-indebted guitars and forlorn vocals bleed over hypnotising, monolithic drums to create a record that is 46 minutes of lethargic, lo-fi psych mastery.

Since releasing Mademoiselle, The Underground Youth has experimented and evolved into deeper complexity exploring electronica, industrialism and post-punk, but always with an incredible astuteness for beautiful song writing. Haunted is the latest in their extensive discography, which has earned the group’s creative force, Craig Dyer, cult stardom within the underground music community. In no way less insatiable than the six records and three EP’s prior to it, Haunted drifts from the neo-psych and folk sensibilities of The Underground Youth’s earlier records


22. Mar 2010
Label Fuzz Club FC33V12
UPC 5060467880022
PPD 100,-
1. Hope & Prayer
2. Mademoiselle
3. Underground
4. Olya's Song
5. Lord Can You Hear Me
6. Crash (BSA Jam)
7. Iggy The Eskimo
8. Une Saison En Enfer
9. Hedonism
10. Feel So Free
11. Mercury Guitar