There's a serious crop of outstanding new talent coming out of Brooklyn lately, and one of the first artists to grab our attention was Yellerkin. They released their debut self-titled EP earlier in the year, and today marks their return with a new song 'Tools'. The duo, Adrian Galvin and Luca Buccellati, have crafted one hell of an indie-pop jam that's mastered the art of the build-up. It begins quietly enough, with a sound similar to that on Yellerkin - pretty lo-fi but still catchy enough to be accessible - and then it blossoms into a completely different version of its former self at exactly 3 minutes in with a massive hook and driving drums that turn it into something better suited for the dance floor.

"Tools is a kind of anthemic generational song, but one that toes the line between triumph and tragedy", vocalist Adrian Galvin explained in a press release. "This song is about our limitations; how fucked up it is that we are the generation that bought into all the crap our parents protested against in the 70's!"

Listen below.

Wanna hear more music like this? Check out 405 Radio, or our New Music section.