100% of Proceeds Going to Banding Together ATX
In the last 15 months, no industry has been hit as hard as our live music community including music, service, hospitality and creative sector workers who rely on regular programming and continual income to survive. Our goal is to raise $5,000. Please join us in supporting those who have given so much to our beautiful city and culture for so many years.
Yes Sir, No Sir. has released their debut album, “Bright White Light”. Songs of love, memories and universal emotion are filtered through a city landscape perched on the edge of desired canyons, solidarity and an appreciation for dust devils. Like their hometown (Austin, Texas), the Yes Sir, No Sir. sound emotes two parts urban, one part West Texas grit.Lead single “Bright White Light” proves a common middle ground for the album plying sounds of rhythmic indie-rock, light synth and sparse dueling guitars anchored by lead singer Kevin Brinkkoeter’s (Mice and Rifles) acute lyrics and deep-seated vocals.
“Bright White Light” traces roots from old country to punk rock, indie and late 50s rock & roll, all dancing together to form the cordiality, controlled yet fierce sound of Yes Sir, No Sir. The album was recorded and Engineered at Hen House Recordings (Austin, Texas) by Matt Gerhard (Spoon, Future Islands, Phantogram) and mastered at Sun Room Audio (Chicago, Illinois) by Dan Coutant (The Sword, Able Baker Fox)
Yes Sir, No Sir. is comprised of longtime friends sharing a common desire to create music, art and entertainment they love and a family keepsake worthy of legacy.
Kevin Brinkkoeter (Mice and Rifles)
Grant Chambers (Unheard of Punk Rock Bands)
Kyle Cox (Mice and Rifles)
Johnny Jeffers (With an Orange)