As the second release from Fever To Tell, Pin has already beaten off stiff competition from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' other such radio-friendly efforts as Black Tongue and Maps.
Pin is bound to be a runaway success within the indie scene, boasting sing-along virtues along the same lines as Pixies' Debaser and simply dripping in post-punk richness. High praise indeed. If you hear this on the radio or in a club, you will know about it.
The track is testament to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' hype, and deserves mainstream success. If there is any justice in the world, Pin will displace the likes of Evanescence and Busted as rock music's representatives in the charts... unlikely though, and that's probably a good thing.