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Musician and producer Yeo continually explores the intersections of R&B, pop, and electronic music. He traverses these dimensions through his music, with the use of innovative instrumental arrangement, wry lyricism and a truly unique genre-bending sonic palette.Yeo’s expansive body of work extends over a decade of releases, spanning manyrelatable themes—the complexities of human relationships, the impact of racial injustice, and the nature of conflict. Yeo‘s raw lyrics and nostalgic melodies delveinto the depths of his personal experiences as a person of colour struggling to findconfidence and a place to belong.These themes are prevalent in Yeo’s R&B-infused pop albums, 'Recovery Channel' and 'Desire Path' which included many collaborations such as songs with Kira Puru, Asta and Fractures. Yeo has toured nationally, selling out Howler and Newtown Social Club, and performed internationally in Ecuador, Iceland, Singapore and has supported the likes of HÆLOS(UK), Giraffage (US), Kimbra(NZ) and Harts(AU). 

Photography: @smallfryhq

Ethnicity: Malaysian-Chinese-Australian
Location: Naarm/Melbourne, Australia

Instagram: @snackswithyeo

GET TO KNOW - completed March 2023

3 words to describe you:
Hungry Curious Nerd

3 words to describe your music:
Crispy Golden Brown

If it does, how does your heritage impact your art?
It's a source of pride, inspiration and individuality but it also perpetuates the search for belonging.

If you could collaborate with anyone, who and why?
Q Hayashida because she's a master at creating universes. I'm thinking an illustrated book with a soundtrack.

Your next career/music goal:
Make an instrumental EP

Top 3 go to songs/artists:
Rina Sawayama - Bad Friend
Ondara - A Seminar In Tokyo

Words you live by:
My middle school band director, moments before we perform to 10,000 people: "You've done the work, I don't care what happens next. 

Anything else you'd like to share?
We have socks and vinyl for sale and they're great!