THE GREAT ESCAPE: YAK

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packed out crowd arrived at The Haunt in Brighton to catch Yak who played the NME stage and not one person present would have been disappointed. The three piece tore up the stage with their bullish approach dominating their set like a sexual demon. There was guitar humping, beer throwing and smiles that would put a chill through the devil himself. Tighter than Russell Brand’s underwear¬†YAK are a band that demand your attention live. We caught them in a back alley afterwards to have a quick chat…

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