It's been nine years since we last heard new music from Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

Although Karen O and co. have continued to tour during that time - including a memorable co-headliner with Beck at Dublin's 3Arena in 2018 - there has not been an album from the indie-rockers since 2013's 'Mosquito'. All three members have been busy with solo projects since, while guitarist Nick Zinner joined another band, The Rentals.

However, while the future of Yeah Yeah Yeahs may have seemed doomed, there's good news as Karen O revealed that the band have signed a new record deal with Secretly Canadian - the label that previously home to bands like The War on Drugs.

They announced two US gigs in October and revealed their news in a social media post.

"It’s with true life-affirming pleasure to announce our two headline shows in our two hometowns NYC AND LA supported by two wildly gifted bands Japanese Breakfast and the Linda Lindas at the Hollywood Bowl, with the Linda Lindas supporting in Forest Hills and our other support TBA soon,” said frontwoman Karen O. “Representin’ a few generations yo! Cannot wait to see you there!  New music! New Era! And New Home with Secretly Canadian! Much to celebrate!”