The anthemic jams of Tears for Fears coupled with the sublime transience
of Eno period Bowie.
With their fleeting sounds, laconic vocals and instantly memorable melodies, YOUNG HYSTERIA conjures a world lost in translation, yet ultimately romantic and blissful. Following on from their debut single, ‘This Is Not A Love Song’, which had the blogging community throwing superla- tives when it was premiered earlier this year, ‘One Young Lover’ continues their soul-sonic journey, an aesthetic that mirrors 80’s inspired contemporaries such as Twin Shadow and Blood Orange. The new single is as much cinematic in scope as their debut, a love letter written from the lineages of indie, electronica and pop.
‘This band blew me away when I saw them in Melbourne!’ — Riki Maymi, The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
‘Acid wash brilliance’ — Drunken Werewolf UK
‘Something of a timeless feel’ — Sound of Confusion UK