The Letter Yellow began in Brooklyn, NY, in the winter of 2011 when Randy Bergida started writing songs at a furious rate. Just over a year later, in September 2012, he releases the band's debut album "Walking Down the Streets." The 12-track record is a perfect pace of blues and rock—all with a modern kick, a strong beat, and lyrics that are both offbeat and universal. The Letter Yellow is all about real musicians playing together in a real space making real music.
A guitarist and vocalist, Randy founded The Letter Yellow after years with Skidmore Fountain, and as a solo singer/songwriter. For "Walking Down the Streets," he teams up with talented friends Mike Thies on drums and Abe Pollack on bass, for a Brooklyn made album. It was recorded at The Creamery, mixed at Studio G and mastered by Total Sonic, which are all in everyone's shared neighborhood, Greenpoint.