Intrigue begins with the album title. Perhaps a reference to the iconic Victorian mountain range? Or maybe a hint at yin and yang, describing opposite and interconnected aspects of the natural world? The traditional Chinese characters translate as: yin “dark side of a hill” and yang “light side of a hill”. The precise meaning might be unclear, but listening to "You Yang" (like the "Ex-Tropical" LP before) it’s certain Lost Animal knows how to harness opposing forces in music. Elements of post-punk, funk, dub, disco, jazz, r&b, rock, calpso, and blues are all recast, seen in new light, thrown into shadow. And like the granite ranges of the title, songs take shape and change and evolve, revealing themselves over time.