Listen: New Yuck Song From Their Self-Titled Debut’s Deluxe Edition

    London’s Yuck took the indie music world by storm earlier this year with the release of their self-titled debut, a critically acclaimed affair that sounded lifted from the vaults of fuzzy early ’90s alt-rock. And while they were writing and recording the album, they weren’t really intent on the whole fixed track listing thing. They apparently even amended it the same day the record was mastered.

    So with that in mind, it’s not terribly surprising that they would decide to put out a deluxe edition of Yuck with the remaining B-sides/leftovers that didn’t make the final cut. Fans of the band will probably recognize tracks like “Milkshake,” which has become a fan favorite at concerts, and “The Base of a Dream is Empty,” which appears on the Amazon MP3 version of Yuck. Elsewhere, though, the material remains (mostly) unreleased, like the Dinosaur Jr.-leaning “Cousin Corona.” 

    You can stream “Cousin Corona” and view the album’s track listing below. The deluxe edition of Yuck drops Oct. 11 on Fat Possum.

    01 Get Away

    02 The Wall

    03 Shook Down

    04 Holing Out

    05 Suicide Policeman

    06 Georgia

    07 Suck

    08 Stutter

    09 Operation

    10 Sunday

    11 Rose Gives A Lilly

    12 Rubber

    B-sides:

    01 The Base Of A Dream Is Empty

    02 Milkshake

    03 Coconut Bible

    04 Cousin Corona

    05 Doctors In My Bed

    06 Soothe Me


    Cousin Corona by Yuck