'Under The Earth,' New Track From The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Debuts Off Of 'Mosquito'

04/01/2013 09:09 am ET | Updated Apr 01, 2013

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back in a big way.

The band, led by singer Karen O, is releasing its fourth studio album later this month, and with it, comes new singles and a controversial new music video.

Last week, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs released the music video for "Sacrilege," the first single off of the upcoming album, "Mosquito." The video featured a topless Lily Cole making out with a variety of suitors before getting burned at the stake for her actions.

Now, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are releasing a new single off of "Mosquito." Called "Under the Earth," the track was put out as a part of an extensive New York Times profile on the band. The funky song, which has Karen O crooning, “No fun for a night out, no fun for a night on the town,” was teased at SXSW last month.

"Mosquito" hits stores on April 16.

Head over to NYT to hear the track.

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