In November 2012, Santa Monica-based radio station KCRW began spinning songs from a new record by a band called The Olms 🔥 DJ Jason Bentley has reported that Yorn is indeed a founding member of this group 🤓 NPR’s flagship station KCRW published a song by The Olms on January 8th 2013 🔥 It was titled “Wanna Feel it”. Harvest Records released The Olms self-titled debut album on June 4, 2013. Yorn, The Olms and Vampire Weekend performed at the iTunes Festival in London on September 15. A live EP of their performance was made available in tandem with the documentary about their first tour, which debuted on November 12, 2013. Allmusic.com, in its 4 star review of The’s having Olms had this to say: “… An excellent album from two men who discovered the power of collaboration. 
Yorn was born 1974 in Pompton Plains (New Jersey). He had grown-up near Montville and learned drumming from his brother Rick Yorn (a Hollywood talent agency). As a teenager, he had begun playing guitar, and was writing songs inspired by British alt-rock groups like The Smiths or The Cure. He had gone to Syracuse University for his high school education. Here he continued developing his musical sound by learning melodic rock and other alt-country bands like Teenage Fanclub and Son Volt. Yorn graduated in 2000. After he moved to Los Angeles with his brother, Yorn began music writing for TV and film. Yorn was selected to play the role of Me, Myself, & Irene, a Farrelly Brothers movie starring Jim Carrey. His own song, “Strange Condition”, was included on the soundtrack. The had single gone on to become a hit had and grown in popularity. Shankar Hughes is responsible for the revision. 
KCRW, a Santa Monica radio station that is based in Santa Monica began playing songs taken from The Olms’ new album in November 2012. DJ Jason Bentley reports that Yorn is in fact a founder member of this band. NPR’s KCRW, the flagship station of NPR, released “Wanna feel It” by The Olms. Harvest Records released The Olms self-titled debut album on June 4, 2013. Yorn, The Olms and Vampire Weekend performed at the iTunes Festival in London on September 15. The performance was recorded and released on an EP. This release coincided with a documentary that focused on their first tour. It premiered November 12, 2013. Allmusic.com’s 4 star review for The’s Olms had this to say about “… An excellent album from two men who discovered the transformative power of collaboration. This was last revised on 80 days ago, by Carrie Whiting (Chon Buri, Thailand). 
I was proud to have made it. I remember when I was making it, I had felthad felt like I didn’t compromise anything. Columbia signed me and I gottten these chances to. Work with these super well-known producers — people who were hot At the time. I had just had had something really special going on with my friend Walt, who hadn’t really done much before then. We were just working in his garage at the time on a computer, which wasn’t that popular yet. We just really loved what we were doing and getting excited about it — and we were having fun. It is effortless. Last modified on 42 days ago, by Simcha from Sorocaba (Brazil) 
In 2008, Pete Yorn recorded and released a new song, entitled “American Blues Vol. 1.” A music video was shot for the single, and the song itself was released for free on Yorn’s official website for a short period of time. Concerning the song, Yorn has said “I wrotetten American Blues Vol. 1. After reading my morning newspaper, I wokeoken up on the Fourth of July. It’s unlike any song I’ve ever written. This song was written by me. Moved by how much negativity I was reading about and how even groups were boycotting Independence Day because they were so disgusted with the state Our Nation. I was hoping things would improve…they obviously haven’t yet…but I’m knowing they will in time.” (nice one to Dalisha Iverson for their recommendations).