Yello Biography

Yello is a Swiss electronic music band formed in 1978 by Dieter Meier and Boris Blank. The band's early work was heavily influenced by the synthpop and new wave music of the 1970s and 1980s. Yello's first album, "Solid Pleasure," was released in 1980 and featured a unique blend of electronic and funk influences.

In 1985, Yello released their most successful album, "Stella," which featured the hit single "Oh Yeah," which brought the band international success. The song was used in various movies such as "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and became one of the band's most iconic songs.

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Yello released several more albums, including "One Second" (1987), "Flag" (1988) and "Baby" (1991). Their sound during this period became more experimental, incorporating elements of funk, pop, and world music.

In the 2000s, Yello released several more albums, including "Motion Picture" (2003) and "Toy" (2016). The band's sound during this period became more electronic, incorporating elements of trip hop and modern electronic music.

Yello continues to tour and release new music to this day. The band's most recent album, "Point," was released in 2021. Throughout their career, Yello has sold over 15 million records, and has a strong following worldwide, known for their unique blend of electronic, funk and pop music, and their use of eccentric and humorous imagery in their music videos and performances.


il Cabaret del Diavolo (Since 2005) was created for one reason, to bring together a mix of EBM Electronic Body Music and OldSchool Industrial of the 80's & 90's. But we play many others too of course such as SynthPop, DarkWave, Aggrotech, New Beat and Elektronische Musik. Long Live EBM!