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Video: Yotam unveils mini documentary “True Traveller”

Useless ID frontman Yotam Ben Horin, who’s taken to going simply by Yotam professionally, has just released a mini documentary. It’s called True Traveller, and it chronicles his May 2016 tour of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. The 12-ish minute video is pretty compelling, particularly in light in light of recent sociopolitical events in that region; watch it below.

Yotam is just about to kick off another tour of Russia, Israel and select European cities. Check out the full rundown below the video.

 

Yotam remains touring in support of his stellar latest album, “California Sounds”, which was released back in October of 2015 on Hardline Entertainment.



Yotam releases music video for “Days of Living”; footage from recent European tour

Useless ID frontman Yotam Ben Horin, who’s taken to going simply by Yotam professionally, has just released a new music video for his song “Days of Living” which features footage of his recent tour around parts of Europe.

Check it out below.

Here’s what Yotam had to say about the video and the experience,

This past summer I did a 3 week European tour with Useless ID supporting Lagwagon, I booked my ticket earlier on so that I stay in Europe for 2 more weeks, no plans but life decided that I team up with Joe Mcmahon (Smoke or Fire) and Mike Noegraf and hit the road for 2 more weeks along with my brother Nadav helping out on merch and Antony “Weddy” Gallien as Driver, we crammed up in a little rental car and hit many parts of Germany, Italy and Czech republic, The crowds were amazing everywhere we played and “Weddy” was filming the whole time and made this video for my song Days of living” showing us having some good times in Europe together.

Yotam remains touring in support of his latest album, “California Sounds”, which was released back in October of 2015 on Hardline Entertainment.



Yotam announces EU/Russia tour dates

Useless ID frontman Yotam Ben Horin, who’s taken to going simply by Yotam professionally, has announced a series of tour dates that’ll find him traversing eastern Europe and Russia in late May and early June. If you’ve got your passport ready, check out the tour rundown below.

Yotam remains touring in support of his latest album, California Sounds, released back in October of 2015 on Hardline Entertainment.



Yotam (Useless ID) releases music video for “California Sounds”

Useless ID frontman Yotam Ben Horin has released a video for his song “California Sounds,” and you can watch it below.

The song comes off of his album, California Sounds, which was released October 2015 via Hardline Entertainment. This is his second solo album, and if you want to give it a listen you can click here to stream it.



YOTAM releases video for “Tony Sly” off of recent album “California Sounds”

Useless ID frontman YOTAM has released a video for his song “Tony Sly”; check it out below.

The song comes off of his album “California Sounds” which was released last October via Hardline Entertainment. This is his second solo album, and if you want to give it a listen you can click here to stream it.

In case you were wondering, Tony Sly was the frontman of No Use For A Name, and the two have some history together. This is what YOTAM had to say about his idol:

“I learned a lot from Tony Sly over the years when my band Useless ID toured with No Use For A Name and when I worked with Tony on songs so this song is my thank you to Tony who shaped me musically from the first time I heard No Use so many years ago.” 



Joey Cape announces European “Stitch Puppy” dates w/ Yotam, Walt Hamburger + Laura Mardon

The man/myth/legend that is Joey Cape is taking his Stitch Puppy tour across the pond for a month’s worth of dates in UK and mainland Europe. The jaunt kicks off March 15th in Glasgow and wraps up April 9th in Stuttgart. Caper will be accompanied on all dates by signees to Cape’s One Week Records label, Yotam, Walt Hamburger and Laura Mardon. Check out the full rundown below.

Joe Cape, who is not, in fact, bullshit, released Stitch Puppy on Fat Wreck Chords back in September. If you haven’t picked it up and thus don’t have it on your “Best of 2015” list yet, do yourself a favor here.



Yotam (Useless ID) streams solo album “California Sounds”

Useless ID frontman Yotam recently released his second solo album, California Sounds, and is currently streaming the whole thing.

You can give it a listen here.

California Sounds was released on October 30, 2015 via Hardline Entertainment. The record contains 10 brand new songs and was written while Yotam toured around the United States, and recorded with Bob Hoag (of Built to Spill and The Ataris fame), and mastered by Jason Livermore.



Tour: Yotam announces European “California Sounds” dates

Fresh on the heels of publishing his episode of the Dying Scene Sessions, the great Yotam is taking his act on the road in support of his upcoming full-length, “California Sounds.” Unfortunately for those of us in the Western Hemisphere, the presently-announced tour dates are all across the pond.

The European “California Sounds” run kicks off October 29th in Belgium and runs through November 20th in Lyon, France. Check out the full rundown below. Check out Yotam’s Dying Scene Session right here while you’re at it.

“California Sounds” is due out October 30th via Hardline Entertainment.



Dying Scene Session: Yotam performs title track and “Days Of Living” from upcoming solo album “California Sounds”

Now that the calendar has flipped to the page marked “October,” we can bring you another excellent installment of the Dying Scene Sessions!

For today’s Session, we’re privileged to bring you a couple stripped down acoustic songs from the great Yotam, who probably needs no introduction but whom you probably recognize from his “day job” in Useless ID. Yotam’s got a new solo album, California Sounds, due out on October 30th via Hardline Entertainment. We caught up with Yotam on a rooftop in Hollywood and got to witness him performing the title track from the new album, as well as another brand new track called “Days Of Living.” Check out the videos below!

CD and vinyl pre-sales for Yotam’s album are available right here; get it!



DS Exclusive: Dan Cribb (The Isolated) & Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID) stream split EP

Useless ID‘s Yotam Ben Horin and The Isolated‘s Dan Cribb will be releasing a releasing a split acoustic EP together on August 28th but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it. Today we’re happy to bring you an exclusive stream of the entire release and you can listen to that bad boy below!

The split contains six songs (two new songs and a cover from each artist) and is being released through Pee Records.



Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID) announces new solo album ‘California Sounds’; streams title track

Useless ID frontman Yotam Ben Horin has announced that he will be releasing his second solo album, California Sounds, on October 30, 2015 via Hardline Entertainment. The record contains 10 brand new songs and was written while Yotam toured around the United States, and recorded with Bob Hoag (of Built to Spill and The Ataris fame), and mastered by Jason Livermore. You can listen to the album’s first single, and title track, below.

California Sounds will be the follow up to Ben Horin’s 2012 album Distant Lover. The punk singer will also be releasing a split EP with Dan Cribb of Dan Cribb and The Isolated on August 28, 2015. 



Video: Yotam Ben Horin covers Jawbreaker, performs one new song and two Useless ID for PunksInVegas

Yotam Ben Horin, front-man of Israeli pop-punk act Useless ID, recently caught up with the team at PunksInVegas for a Stripped Down Session. In the process, he covered the Jawbreaker classic “I Love You So Much It’s Killing Us Both,” in addition to performing his own new track “Where’s The Time” and the Useless ID tracks “Symptoms” and “Heaven Sent.” Check out the videos here.

“Where’s The Time” appears on Yotam’s new album “Distant Lover,” which is out now on Hardline Entertainment. In case you missed it, we premiered a video for the “Distant Lover” track “Sad” yesterday – check that out here.



Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID) releases music video for “Sad”

Yotam Ben Horin, front-man of Israeli pop-punk act Useless ID, has just released a music video for “Sad”, the second track off his brand new solo album “Distant Lover”, and we’re very pleased to be premiering it for you below.

Regarding the making of the video Yotam had this to say:

“During my time in Hollywood in between 2 tours, I found myself in a house with Israeli actors and directors whom I’m friends with from back in the day. I stayed over their house for a few days and left them a copy of my solo album Distant lover and headed out to tour with The Ataris, when I returned for a day. Ian Fisher the director told me he had an idea for “Sad” the second song off the album and that we should shoot it once I’m back from my next 3 week tour. Finished with tour, on the day of the video, I got rid of my tour beard and met my good friend Joe Escalante and the Kung fu records family for some paddle boarding in Huntington beach. I literally headed from there back to LA tried to beat traffic and once 8 pm hit, Ian and Gev said “Action”! I always felt this was the strongest song of the album and I’m happy these wonderful people had a vision and brought it to life.”

“Distant Lover” is out now on Hardline Entertainment.