For all you local Yamn fans out there, I have some mighty fine news. This Friday the boys are coming home and celebrating the release of their new album, Unity of Opposites, with all of you zealous admirers.  The band will be co-headlining the Ogden Theatre with Conspirator and Acorn Project, I couldn’t think of a better way to carouse this momentous festivity.

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Yamn’s unity as a band is stronger than ever with the progression of their music taking front and center. Staying true to their electronica / hard rock sound while adding an edge and grit that fans may not recognize, the band goes on to explain, “Over the past 8 years it’s definitely been an evolution in our music, our persons, and our friendships. Like most bands there have been a lot of ups and downs, but we couldn’t be more excited about the music we are sharing with the world today.”

The band has been engrossed in a four show Northwest tour where they have been showering patrons with the shiny new double-disc album, something they haven’t done in five years. Yamns Northwestern fans have been experiencing a headbanging, dance party, authentic rocking of a time. The band cherishes its audience,

“The yamnily that has supported us from day one continues to grow and it just brings in this community of kindness and positivity. As we make new fans we are making new friends, it’s a pretty cool feeling.”

The double-disc album, Unity of Opposites, has been in the works for over a year. The guys have been extremely passionate in the making of this album, raising over $5,000 with a kickstarter campaign that was put towards its production. And the creation of this album was nothing short of a blast with over 20 yamnily members contributing on the track, Can’t Remember The Melody. Other tasty tracks include Day Walker and Open Your Heart, expressive and unique songs that encompass the bands quality.

What’s even better? Unity of Opposites is ready for download at yamn.bandcamp.com.  Grab this album at a price that suits you, Yamn is spirited about the music they make and you can’t put a price on something like that!

“We are poor struggling musicians but having people hear our music, enjoy it and get down with us at a live show is all we care about in the end.”

Folks, this is a really awesome band that encompasses soul, compassion, and diligence. You don’t want to miss this show. Be present, be a part of the yamnily and celebrate with these guys.

Friday, March 14th @ 9:00pm at The Ogden Theatre
Purchase Tickets: http://www.ogdentheatre.com/events/detail/247751

Photo Credit: Kellyeah

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Jackie has a passion for old and dusty, often wrapped up in The Doors, James Taylor and Gram Parsons. You can find her at your local thrift shop digging for early vinyl and trying to locate her inner flower child. When she’s not buried in her record room, she’s downward dogging it on her yoga mat and rewarding herself with the best $10 wines. Her child’s named after Marshall Tucker Band, her roots are in the deep South and her soul wanders vastly. See what she’s up to today at http://jackieboeheim.com/

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