Yak are just a couple of weeks out from the February 8th release of their new album Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness. Today they have shared another insight into what to expect from the record in the form of the extended 'This House Has No Living Room', which featuring Spiritualized's Jason Pierce aka J Spaceman. Speaking on the track, Yak's Oli Burslem says:

"This is the last song we recorded at RAK and it’s definitely my favourite. It sums the whole record up. I guess it’s inspired by mortality and memories of loved ones past and present. It also features my good friend John Coxon on piano and harmonica without whom I doubt the band would be where we are today. If it's the last piece of music I ever make I’ll be happy.”

You can hear why he's so proud of it, as it uncovers new dimensions for the band. Stretching across the 8 minutes, they deliver a glistening interstellar track that delivers listeners to a whole new world. Set to be the closing track on Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness, 'This House Has No Living Room' will be the blissful send off to an album that is bound to be filled with angst and noise.

'This House Has No Living Room' also comes with a video by Jonny Lu, which features never-before-seen 8mm footage from the archive of elusive cult photographer and filmmaker John Kayser (courtesy of Jason Brinkerhoff). Watch below.

Yak have an extensive UK tour planned in the coming months:

29th March – Birmingham @ Castle & Falcon
30th March – Norwich @ Arts Centre
1st April – Cardiff @ Clwb Ifor Bach
2nd April – Oxford @ O2 Academy 2
3rd April – London @ The Dome
5th April – Leeds @ Brudenell Social CLub
6th April – Nottingham @ Bodega Social Club
8th April – Liverpool @ Arts Club
9th April – Manchester @ YES
10th April – Hull @ The Polar Bear
11th April – Newcastle @ The Cluny
12th April – Glasgow @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
13th April – Dublin @ Whelan’s