California quintet Young the Giant draw upon the members' international roots to forge a worldly blend of summery indie pop and anthemic stadium rock. Following graduation, the guys ditched their respective bands and formed their own outfit. Although they all left Orange County shortly thereafter to attend different colleges, they continued making music together, eventually deciding to put school on hold and focus on the group instead. The decision wasn't in vain; by early , they were opening for Kings of Leon and playing shows at South by Southwest. Several months later, they were signed to Roadrunner Records. The Jakes changed their name in January and began working on an album with producer Joe Chiccarelli , tracking most of the songs at Sunset Sound Studios in Los Angeles. Worldwide promotion of the album continued well into , as it took until the summer to make it physically available in most territories.
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Young the Giant is an American rock band that formed in Irvine, California , in Formerly known as The Jakes, Young the Giant was signed by Roadrunner Records in , and they released their eponymous debut album in The Jakes formed in in Irvine, California. Initial coordination of musical contributions was difficult because the members all attended different schools. With two members still in high school and the others each attending different colleges, the Jakes recorded an EP, Shake My Hand , with producer Ian Kirkpatrick. Band members then individually decided whether or not to put their schooling on hold to focus on music. The Jakes officially changed their name to Young the Giant in January during the production of their eponymous album. They took an old-school approach to recording the album. The band was very vigilant of their tracks but trusted the decisions of Joe Chiccarelli who had previously produced albums for The Shins, The Strokes, and Saints of Valory. The band believed in transparency; they only wanted to record what they could reproduce in front of an audience at a live show.
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