Blue Summer LP from Cayucas

Photo Credit: Cara Robbins

LA-duo Cayucas released their groovy new album Blue Summer on Park The Van. With the album release, the Yudin brothers have dropped a retro music video for lead single “Yeah Yeah Yeah”. The serotonin boosting, summery track debuted at #1 @ SubModern Tracks, has plays on KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic and SiriusXM Alt Nation, and was featured on Apple Music “Alternative” and “New In Indie” playlists as well as Spotify “New Music Friday” (France), “Indie Highlights”, and “Lemonade” playlists.

A return to musical roots is a time-honored tradition for many established artists who have endured for the better part of a decade.“We had this mantra: Back to the beach. That kickstarted the creative process. For the first time in a while that idea felt really fresh and exciting; let’s go back to what really worked for us as songwriters and felt special, and what was most authentic for who we are as artists,” says Zach.

What people are saying about the LP:

“pure indie-pop sunlight.” – NPR 
“The surf is gnarly on this song, with groovy guitar stabs, big drums, 
and sweeps crashing together to propel the track forward.” – Stereogum
” …packed full of catchy hooks and swiftly shifting melodies and rhythms, making for 
an unpredictable and riveting listening experience.” – Paste Magazine
“a more refined but nonetheless infectious energy. It’s the kind of rock music 
that the summer beckons… ” – Cool Hunting
“a bubbly indie pop song that promises to leave you in smiles” – Atwood Magazine
“Not since the Beach Boys has the world been treated to the level of sunshine and harmonies that appear on the indie pop band’s new track ‘Malibu ’79 Long.” – American Songwriter

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