Making their debut last year at a sold-out show at Prince’s First Avenue with Bishop Briggs, the Minneapolis-based pop band, Yam Haus, continues to capture the Midwest's attention with their high energy show, clean synth-pop sound, and engaging personalities.
Members Lars Pruitt (lead vocal), Jake Felstow (drums), Zach Beinlich (bass), and Seth Blum (guitar) officially formed Yam Haus in 2017 and launched their first single, West Coast, in April 2018 which garnered over 100,000 streams within the first week of its release. Selling out shows across the midwest due to a quickly growing fan-base, the quartet has played alongside national acts AWOLNATION, American Authors, Semisonic, lovelytheband, Johnnyswim, and Kacey Musgraves.
Amassing over 2 million streams on Spotify with their pop-inspired album, Stargazer, Yam Haus’ dance-worthy sound evokes the names of WALK THE MOON, Maroon 5, and Ed Sheeran alike. Kicking off the summer with Basilica Block Party, Summerfest, and the release of their latest single, The Thrill, the band continues to build momentum as they unveil their new musical direction throughout 2019.
Nearly 2 Million streams on Spotify since release of ‘West Coast’
Named First Avenue’s Best New Band of 2018
Supported Bishop Briggs at a sold out Mainroom show at First Avenue
Hosted and featured on The Jason Show, KMSP, WCCO, WJBK
Consistent airplay from Go 96.3 and The Current 89.3
Sold out venues including Fine Line Music Cafe, Amsterdam Bar & Hall, 7th St Entry, River Bank Theater, and a double header at Phipps Theater
Press & Media
"Upon the first chord they played Yam Haus had my complete attention. Infectious energy, clever songwriting, and catchy melodies... these guys could be the Midwest’s better version of Maroon 5." - Jordan Alamat, Go 96.3
“Arena-level pop has to start somewhere, and with Yam Haus, that’s the Amsterdam. The sparkly synth-pop band stunned at the Current’s Best New Bands showcase in early 2018 and followed up with a too-big-for-the-venue performance at their June release show. A year later, their debut, Stargazer, feels even more purposeful, even more ready to bubble over to wider and more hook-hungry audiences. If they strike soon, the exuberant group of Lars Pruitt, Zach Beinlich, Seth Blum, and Jake Felstow could be bound for stadium-size receptions. The spirit in them calls for it.” - Jerard Fagerberg, City Pages
“[They] made a big splash last month as a last-minute fill-in opening act for Bishop Briggs in front of a packed First Ave crowd. That was a perfect setup for their slickly produced, radio-friendly debut album coming this month, “Stargazer,” with a mix of electro-poppy grooves and swooning vocals that suggest an Ed Sheeran opening should be next.” - Chris Riemenschneider, Star Tribune