Yes Sir Noceur: Surfers Paradise Live

I like my gigs how I like my weddings.

Fun, loud and with lots of dancing.

I had the chance to join the guys from Yes Sir Noceur to follow them for the day to do a bit of a photo documentary.

After it was all done we figured it made more sense to put the shots to one of their songs rather than a regular style blog post – good call.

I meet up with Yes Sir Noceur at their Beach house set in Nobbies, stupid close to the pubs and a block back from the beach – This is almost the exact set up you would imagine for a band that produces surf inspired psych-rock with with influences from jazz, blues and the 70’s the beach house fits Yes Sir Noceur to a T.

Two gloriously filthy mo’s, two Canadians, two Gold Coast locals, less than eight shoes, two brothers and three house mates make four: Yes Sir Noceur.

They’ve been doing very well for themselves since forming three years ago.

Having just come off the back of playing the Gold Coast Music Awards a couple of nights earlier, on the same stage, they played the Friday afternoon of Surfers Paradise Live Festival, a street festival in the heart of Surfers Paradise that showcases the best of Australian live music across a diverse array of genres and artists, all set with Surfers Paradise beach as the backdrop which makes for a an epic backstage view.

sam gilmore