(Spin Digit Editorial):- College Station, Texas Sep 1, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Yes Sir, No Sir. announces Summer 2021 release of debut full-length album, Bright White Light, with 100% of proceeds benefiting Banding Together ATX relief program.
The impact of 2020 brought many local economies to the brink of irrelevance. No community felt this with more unforgiving brevity than our iconic music industry.
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Almost overnight, the sound of Austin, Texas ceased to exist. And for many in the creative sector, so did their livelihoods.
Yes Sir, No Sir. is a new band built on the shared experiences of four longtime Austin residents, friends, musicians, fathers, and husbands? With the Summer 2021 release of their debut album, Bright White Light, they will give back to the very community that helped forge many, if not all, of the themes found in their music.
100% of proceeds will benefit The Red River Cultural District’s Banding Together ATX relief program that has served over 3,000 individuals by delivering $225,000 in H-E-B gift cards since March 2020.
Please join Yes Sir, No Sir. in their contribution goal of $5,000 to this ongoing fundraiser at www.ysnsband.com.
Pre-sales are available now at www.ysnsband.com.
Title Track “Bright White Light” is available now on all major streaming services including Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon Music.
“Bright White Light” music video by Matthew Thornton is available now at www.ysnsband.com.
YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_f3OolGojrMLaYJdL-3-Q
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