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Yeule releases new (almost five hour long) single

By | Published on Wednesday 29 September 2021


There are all sorts of theories about how streaming is changing the way songs are written. Though I’m pretty sure Yeule’s new Danny L Harle-produced single breaks any of the new rules. ‘The Things They Did For Me Out Of Love’ is a diary-clearing four hours and 44 minutes long. Precisely.

“Over the last few years, we have collaborated on many artistic endeavours, but this was one most intrinsically aligned to the way we see things similarly”, says Yeule of working with Harle on the new single.

“Harle coins this as ‘The Cathedral Of The Mind'”, she adds. “I had collected and collected all of these pictures and poems, and going deep into the inside of my own head. Meditating, trying to understand, and in itself experiencing an ego death so empty that it scared me beyond what I thought fear could manifest. And then there was silence. I felt peace, like a dreamless sleep”.

Elsewhere in Yeule news, she is set to stream an online performance as part of Somerset House in London’s Sonár CCCB on 29 Oct, and will also play in person with a headline show at the Southbank Centre on 5 Mar 2022. She is also set to appear in the new film by director Kuba Czekaj, ‘Lipstick On The Glass’, which will premiere next year.

Presumably ‘The Things They Did For Me Out Of Love’ is not on the setlist for any of her shows, which is a shame. For now, sit down in your comfiest chair with a Thermos of whatever and listen to the track here: