Ten years, people. It’s been 10 years since Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s seminal, self-titled debut album burst onto the indie rock scene. Back then, that off-kilter guitar and fuzzy keyboard sound, paired with Alec Ounsworth's warbly voice, fit right in with the other hot indie acts of the moment — especially the track “The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth.” The band has made plenty of music since, but nothing quite as influential as that first release. For this summer tour, which includes a stop at the Bartlett on Sunday, the band is playing their debut in its entirety. Check out the recently released anniversary edition of the record, including 12 bonus tracks.
— Laura Johnson