Signed EP + Digital
The Endless Bummer EP signed by Young Digerati + an immediate download of 4-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Released 07 June 2012
In follow up to the band’s smash hit “The Amanda EP”, Young Digerati are excited to finally release their newest musical endeavor: the “Endless Bummer EP”.
Young Digerati are the architects of a synth-heavy, Anglo-centric, (small “r”) romantic sound that could have been built only in San Francisco (or in 1985). So it's no shock they’ve already scored airplay on their hometown’s influential Live 105 - or that they've been booked on the station’s BFD Festival and on DJ Aaron Axelsen’s legendary “Britpop” night Popscene.
The prototypical Young D tune features lushly programmed keyboards and guitars, layered over live drums and bass. It inevitably stars a girl whom the band clearly will never get, and guys with whom they’ll never quite fit in. “Why do the girls I like move to the South to start a brand new life?” That’s the ego-crushing query that crops up in the very first line of the debut single, The Dauphin. The band’s expanding cycle of songs consistently and un-self-consciously calls to mind the Pet Shop Boys collaborating with the Postal Service on the soundtrack to a lost John Hughes film. They're currently writing, recording, and performing gigs on the West Coast and around the Bay Area.