After coalescing as a band two years ago, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah played a handful of gigs, spent a year working on their debut album while paying the rent with day jobs, and then watched incredulously as their self-release sold nearly a quarter million copies. “Yeah, it’s been pretty overwhelming,” keyboardist Robbie Guertin admitted to Brian Baker of Cincinnati CityBeat. “We just made an album that we were proud of and we were fortunate everyone else liked it so much, too. It’s totally exciting. It’s like, ‘Who are these 200,000 people?'” Read more.
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