#53: Yellow Paper Planes take flight.

As Yellow Paper Planes prepares to drop their full-length album, they sit down with us to talk about how they took off.

Joshua P. James, the lead singer, tells about how he battled through lawsuits and band name changes to forge what he band is today.

Guitarist Jeremy Ebert discusses his early musical influences and how he hand to sneak contraband cassette tapes of Metallica's "And Justice For All' to the local skate park.

According to their website, Yellow Paper Planes has sometimes been described as "dark, minimalist, indie-psych-rock and dramatic folk-pop."

This quartet performs two songs: "Absolute" and "Stare to Hold." Listen below.

Learn more about the band here: https://yellowpaperplanes.com.