New t-shirt from John Grant

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It is our privilege to announce the newest addition to the YBP t-shirt family, from the one and only John Grant.

The t-shirt, designed by Toby Triumph, bears an illustrated portrait of John himself, holding an owl with the phrase: ALL BETS ARE OFF written underneath.

The aforementioned phrase is a lyric from the chorus of his new single, ‘Grey Tickles, Black Pressure‘, where he sings: “There are children who have cancer… so all bets are off.”

Proceeds from this tee will benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – a facility that has literally changed the way the world treats children with cancer and other diseases.

T-shirt available here.

Photograph by Dusdin Condren

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Fake Headline: Music Video unveiled on Pitchfork!

Our music video for Andrew Bird’s “Fake Headlines”(New Pornographers cover) was launched on Pitchfork TV today. Go check it out! Watch the video below and and pre-order the album here.

 

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We’ve Got a Record Deal!

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Hey hey,

We have amazing excitement in our bones, so we’re here to share. Our long awaited covers album, GOOD PEOPLE ROCK, is now officially being released on April 14th by Dan Mangan’s boutique label, Madic Records (part of the Arts & Crafts family). You can pre-order the album today in vinyl and digital download formats (we recommend the vinyl, but hey – it’s up to you!). Check it out here.

GOOD PEOPLE ROCK is a collaborative album like no other. Covers of YBP artists mixed and recorded by other YBP artists, including Andrew Bird, Alec Ounsworth (of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah), Dan Mangan, Elvis Perkins, Hayden, Micah P. Hinson, Keaton Henson, King Creosote and more.  It really is as good as it sounds. Until you hear it, then it’s infinities times better. Give it a spin.

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New “Shark Week” tee from CHVRCHES

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Check out our latest t-shirt design from CHVRCHES. Here’s the story, according to the band, of how this tee came to be:

The idea for this design is an easy one to explain. In the early days of the band… we came up with the hare-brained idea that we were going to play a few warm-up shows under a pseudonym… “Shark Week”. In the end we chose not to go with that name because we would probably have gotten sued by a popular television channel but also because it sounded a bit fierce, a bit loaded. Chvrches was more universal, bigger sounding, more of a blank canvas, so that’s what we went for in the end. This t-shirt design is a tribute to the electronic pop outfit whose career was very short lived indeed. Just three short but sweet shows in their home territory.

Note: as a Black Friday / Cyber Monday spesh, we’re offering FREE SHIPPING for all North American customers – from now until Monday only!

Photograph by Megan McIsaac.

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New t-shirt from Tokyo Police Club

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Everything just got cooler since Tokyo Police Club strode into our lives. Not ones to miss an opportunity for shoulder rubbing with the cool kids, the fine lads from Ontario have created for us the latest in the YBP line-up of heart-on-your-shirt designs with proceeds of the shirt heading to Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology (SCWIST), which is a non-profit association that promotes, encourages and empowers women and girls in science, engineering and technology. Check it out here!

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