Cry Yuma
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"Temple Bar Music Centre, Jan 5th 2007"

Cry Yuma are very good indeed…right from the hip-galvanising opening riff to Cruel Irony it’s clear they could be serious contenders. Three songs in and the four-piece’s concepts and ambitions are even more apparent – in amongst the soaring, dynamic riffs, there are surprising tempo shifts and occasionally mind-boggling structural experimentations which put their overall effect a good bit to the left of ‘bog standard indie’….Tracks like No Moon No Sun and By All Means still indicate they are finding their own sound with which to devastate. Ignore everything in the background for now; Cry Yuma are certainly worth watching.
InDublin, Gig Review, January 2007.
- In Dublin Magazine


DEMO (2006)
1. No Moon No Sun
2. By All Means
3. Lost And Amused

CRY YUMA EP (September 2007)
1. 108
2. Lull
3. I Won't Let It Keep Me



Informed by and compared to bands such as Pavement, Television, Pinback and Radiohead, Cry Yuma were fully formed in Summer 2006 with the addition of bass player Peter Grogan. When asked to define a sound - slightly askew comes to mind. Perhaps a charming melancholy also defines a sound that Derek Moylan and Barry Bracken have honed over five years of playing together.