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If Jim Morrison, The Beach Boys and Jimmy Page somehow defied everything we know about anatomy and physiology and made a lovechild, and that lovechild made music, it would sound a little bit like Yes Sir Noceur. The charismatic four-piece meander between Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Byron Bay and despite their relatively short tenure on the music scene, have gained a cult-like following of music lovers enamoured by the band’s Zeppelin-esque riffs and surf-infused, psychedelic rock. Refusing to be pigeonholed, Yes Sir Noceur casually flirts with genres to transcend the prevailing psychedelic sound of the moment.
Jam-packed with epic tracks and visual cues that seamlessly merge together to transport the audience to a happy place, Yes Sir Noceur’s live shows have earned a reputation for living up to the latter part of the band’s name, which is derived from the French word for ‘reveller’ or one who stays up late.
Following the release of Yes Sir Noceur’s first E.P in 2015, the gents have scored some prime television time on Channel 7’s Sunrise and ABC’s rage, had cameo appearances on Australian Surfing Life movies, received multiple award nominations and played countless gigs and festivals, all to high acclaim. With bright lights ahead and pure adulterated momentum behind them, the lads are heading back into the studio to lay down some new material and plan to hit the road on a tour of the east coast in 2016. Watch this space.