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We believe that the only real sustainable paradise is in our minds, and hence creative output can be a tangible piece of the Utopia within each individual.“Shangri-La” is literally YACHT’s Utopia, a place made of songs.We invite you to visit us there Yacht's Shangri-La is REAL music: real melody, real instruments, real fidelity. And a significant leap above much of the repetitive, *synthy* faux music that constitutes so much of the genre. A big THANK YOU to the musicians who freely offered their gift to us.Even when the topics get a little dark or odd, the capital "P" poppiness of the music brushes away any traces of shade, leaving only the most dazzlingly bursts of pinky blue color behind.People looking for a bit more substance from a band that once made concept albums and instituted its own Belief System might wonder what the heck is going on, but anyone who loves pop music that moves feet, brings smiles, and snaps like bubblegum, and who is also deathly tired of the mainstream, will think I Thought the Future Would Be Cooler is just about the coolest thing around.
Evans of the band YACHT at a recent festival show in San Francisco.
The message here is that the future is a blank slate upon which anything can be imposed.
Shangri-La is literally YACHT’s idea of Utopia: a place made of songs.
I was born into the glove only to take it off Ah ah I grew up with fear in my heart Then we gathered til my brothers both shot up It became clear there's no one else here So I ask myself and I ask you now: Will we go to heaven Or will we go to hell?
It's my understanding that neither are real (X2) Weee ewww wee ewww Weee ewww wee oooh I grew up with fear in my heart (X4) Weee ewww wee ewww Weee ewww wee oooh Will we go to heaven Or will we go to hell?