Yes Sir Boss
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Appealing to wide audiences and captivating them with energetic soul, this Bristol based rabble of six, perform their live shows with a thrilling charm that has recently seen them complete a 40 date summer tour playing numerous headline slots at many of the UKs leading festivals and appearing on various radio shows including live sessions for BBC Radio London and Rob Da Banks Radio 1 show.
Their unique sound has been brewing up a storm on the live circuit in the UK and more recently in Europe and Ireland. It won’t be long before we see Yes Sir Boss propelled into the mainstream.
‘The man with a thousand voices
BBC RADIO BRISTOL
‘Eating up genres like cream-cakes
ED WILLIAMS, SUIT YOURSELF MAGAZINE
‘These songs are going somewhere fast’
‘Exhilarating , Catchy, Stomping , Skanking , inclusive, enthralling
musically f***ing spell binding
everything you could want from a band and some
SI CHAI, MUSICAL DIRECTOR AT CHAI WALLAHS
Louis Aguilar is a folk singer whose songs brim with meaning, combining traditional Americana and a contemporary Indie feel. He has released four albums, and a fifth is being recorded. Originally from Lille, he is touring in France and Belgium, notably as support for Moriarty, Emily Loizeau, Balthazar, Micah P. Hinson and Scout Niblett, as well as in the US with Toby Goodshank (formerly of the Moldy Peaches) and the Brady Wilson Band. Louis Aguilar is also one half of the electro duet Weekend Affair (with Cyril Debarge from We Are Enfant Terrible).