Originally hailing from the Washington State suburbs outside of Portland, Kye Kye has developed a steady following across two albums, including this year's Fantasize. In their own material, singer Olga Yagolnikov's voice floats like the ethereal sister of Hayley Williams above beat-charged alt-pop tunes. Fittingly, Tim Yagolnikov knew how to work with a powerhouse soprano, underscoring it with some punchy bass and pounding synths. I just tried to do my best to hear what the song wanted. Like Paramore, Kye Kye have the unusual of distinction of being a self-identified band of Christians, though not a "Christian band," per se. Like Paramore, the band's spirituality is more imbued into the lives that fill the stories of their songs, rather than an explicit or omnipresent element. Unsurprisingly, the two bands found compatibility on this, their first time working together. He gave me a better sense of the song, and a better sense of the band behind it.
Kye Kye - Broke This band is amazing. I am blown away when I read the lyrics to their songs. I can hear it all in there, yet they are still very different from those bands. ALL their songs have this much Biblical influence in them. See the stone set in your eyes See the thorn twist in your side I wait for you the video. You chased my heart so I could see, 1 Jo. Phlm: 6 Lord help me, Help me remember Jon. Walk with me, tell me the width and depth of the raging sea, the deepest blue could never define you Gal. Log in Sign up.
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Camas, Wash. Shaun Mendiola. The interview with local electronic quartet Kye Kye is rolling along smoothly, until I drop the C-bomb. Speaking from the road as they tour behind their fine new album, "Fantasize," which dropped on Tuesday, Jan. Finally, sounding a bit stricken, singer Olga Phelan breaks the silence: "It's a sore subject. On its face, Kye Kye's music doesn't have anything to do with Christianity.