Today 11 August South Korea’s most popular rock band YOON DO HYUN BAND (also and more often known as YB or just YoonBand ) launch their brand new single “I Remember” taken from the forthcoming studio album.
With acknowledged ability to combine traditional instruments such as gayageum (a form of zither) and daegeum (a wooden flute) into a compelling rock sound, and inspired by classic hard rock, grunge, blues and new wave, YB formed in 1996 and centred around folk singer Yoon Do-hyun.
They sold around two million albums in their first decade of activity.
The band have released nine full-length studio albums and numerous other releases and live albums and Yoon Do Hyun even had his own TV show on KBS.
The band won the World Peace Music Award — and supported The Smashing Pumpkins as well as embarking on extensive UK/European tours.
YB has now launched a brand new single “I Remember.”
We had a listen:
The song is a shaking vibrancy with fusillading beat, superbly muscular breakdown and resolute lyrics.
It builds into a real sizzler and is an unwavering & grungy anthem to awareness and acceptance.
Words: @neilmach 2017 ©
Meanwhile, check-out Dreamer — a song about finding the light and keping hope alive in times of darkness…