Home of the Strange is the forthcoming third studio album by American alternative rock band Young, the Giant. The album is about to be released on August 12, 2016. One track from the Album was released in April, which was such an amazing track that listeners were waiting for the full album impatiently.
Previously known as the Jakes, Young the Giant started making assorted indie rock in Irvine, California, where members of the band Sameer Gadhia (vocals), Jacob Tilley (guitar), Eric Cannata (guitar), Payam Doostzadeh (bass), and François Comtois (drummer) met with each other during the years of high school. After graduating, the guys abandoned their bands and formed their one, sketching upon their European and Middle Eastern ancestry to falsify an experienced, summery sound.
Although the boys left Orange County soon after that to go to different colleges, they sustained on making music together, ultimately deciding to put a school on the wait and concentrate on the group instead. The choice wasn’t in ineffective; already by early 2009, they were opening for Kings of Leon and giving shows at South by Southwest.
Some months afterward, they were already signed to Roadrunner Records. The Jakes changed their name in January 2010 and started working on an album with producer Joe Chiccarelli, making the most of the songs at Sunset Sound Studios in Los Angeles.
Featuring cameos by My Morning Jacket’s Bo Koster and Jellyfish’s Roger Manning, the self-titled debut was introduced digitally later that year. Universal promotion of the album went on well into 2011, as it continued until the summer to make it accessible in most places. Many TV shows — most particularly a show on the MTV Video Music Awards show — helped to force the album and associated single “My Body” into the U.S., U.K., Dutch, and Italian charts.
Meetings for a second full-length started with producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen in summer 2013. The consequential album, the heavier Mind over Matter, came to life in January 2014. The album went well enough to reach number seven on Billboard’s Top 200, and Young the Giant toured a lot in sustain of it over the next two years. In April 2016, “Amerika,” the guided single from their approaching third LP, was debuted. The album, called Home of the Strange, was slated for a late summer introduction.
The song “Amerika” was stimulated by Franz Kafka’s posthumously available and uncompleted novel having the same name. The members of the Los Angeles group are all the sons of immigrants, with a mass of the band being first or zero age group Americans.
The forthcoming release of Young, the Giant, called Home of the strange, brags a suitable title as it sees the group examining a softer side of rock, as best heard on the newest single from the album “Titus Was Born.”
The song shows the band lying off heavy instrumental music, which lets the vocalist Sameer Gadhia to bring delicate and higher-ranking notes than it was characteristically heard from the California group.
As about the complementary video, it oddly shows a pin art, even if in a pixilated and more digitized form, with Gadhia’s face irregularly making a look.
So the Home of the Strange will arrive August 12th from Fueled by Ramen.