All five tracks from the digital EP are present on Long Time My Love, remixed and re-mastered, laying the foundation for the band's full-length assault on the masses.
While the debut EP was a causal introduction of The Yelling... Long Time My Love is the declaration.
Long Time My Love stretches the palate of The Yelling's powerful, melodic and aggressive sound. For all the "Sonic fury comparable to a thunderstorm over a volcano during an earthquake" (Ventura County Reporter) of "Fire And A Microphone," there is also the dream woven acoustics of "Mother Carried a Child." Though the fuzzed-out, slide-driven march of "21st Century Freak" that introduces the album may mark them as being "High-impact, blues-informed rock fiends"(John Payne, LA Weekly), the hypnotic shuffle of the title track and the mellow piano laden "Remember When You Were Young" & the tranquil "Sunday Matinee" display the diversity and soul at the core of the band's sound. The album is an emotional journey where surroundings, vulnerability & angst are the muse.
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