Vampire Weekend – Ya Hey
“Hannah Hunt” may have the best moment on Vampire Weekend’s “Modern Vampires of the City” but “Ya Hey” is surely the best song. As the 10th track on the album, it truly brings it all together, finalizing
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the album’s theme of religion, faith, and death. From the moment Ezra Koenig chimes in, a tone of careful reflection — purposeful meditation — is wrapped around the entirety of the track. And with the chipmunk-like vocal breaks that come in both the bridge and the chorus, Vampire Weekend reminds us of where they came from and how far they have come. These African sounds provide the track with a uniqueness and quirkiness that practically forces a smile on you. And when combined with an epic finale of the chorus full of anthemic choral backgrounds, Vampire Weekend suddenly feels more important. No longer do we crave the old, “fun” Vampire Weekend. We are satisfied because in front of us is something truly amazing and certainly a contender for best album
of the year.