YACHT Drop New Single “Overboogie”

YACHT Drop New Single "Overboogie"

LA-based conceptual pop band YACHT have dropped their new single “Overboogie“.

The song, produced, mixed and recorded by the band, is out now and follows the release of recent singles “Manic Panic“ and “Finger In Your Eye“. Grab it here.

From the band: “Order up! Enjoy this postmodern word salad from the height of our delirium. Ingredients: a little Eve Babitz, a maximum dash of joy, some TNG and lots of Japanese television. Acquire the taste! Come again!”

Chateau Picard? NHK World personality Peter Barakan? We must have written this one high on glue fumes while watching Free Ad-Supported Television!

As we dive deeper and deeper into production on a top-secret project, we’re writing and recording new songs that are a closer reflection of who we are than ever before. Probably because we’re not overthinking things, for once.

Take a listen below.


YACHT—Young Americans Challenging High Technology— is a post-pop music group battling entropy. Jona Bechtolt, Claire L. Evans, and Robert Kieswetter have been making music, performances, installations, and other shit for a long time and they hardly look a day over 37.

They have performed and exhibited internationally in basements, galleries, clubs, theaters, and festivals including Coachella, Outside Lands, III Points, The Kitchen, MoMA PS1, Brixton Academy, The Smell, The Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theater and more. They were nominated for a GRAMMY in 2020 and lost.