Strangers Don't Run Out Today

Our new album Strangers Don't Run is now out on iTunes and Apple Music! Featuring the singles Only About Us, Until The Day You Start To Fall and No Man's Land!

Buy It Now!

Only About Us

Our first single from our new album Strangers Don't Run, Only About Us is out now!


Payola Out Now!

Our 5th and final singles madness release Payola is out now on Spotify, iTunes and Vevo

Hyper Saturated Singles!

Singles Madness is rolling onto Hyper Saturated! Listen to exclusive b-sides such as Oxygen Road and Escaping The Night on Transient Investment and Absence Of Visible Lights singles now on Spotify, Amazon and iTunes. 


The Faces Are Never The Same (Dissolve Remix)

The Faces Are Never The Same (Dissolve Remix) is the first single from singles madness, listen to it on itunes and spotify!

Singles Madness

5 Singles coming soon! Including Remixes, B-sides and new tracks!

AVALive Radio Behind The Music With Jacqueline Jax!

Hear us talking about Music, Recording and Absence Of Visible Light 40 mintues in!

"Terrific Song Full Of Energy" 

"Their Production Is Amazing"

"Wonderfully creative, unique, It's got a very fresh sound" 

- Jacqueline Jax on Abence Of Visible Light

Read our pre show interview here! 

“I wanted to write a song with more political undertones and this was around the time of the UK elections, a lot of people seemed to be angry about the elected candidate and their policies, which in turn inspired the song. The name derived from the dark.” – @BandYesterday

Transient Investment (Music Video)

Our new music video for Transient Investment is now on Vevo!
The video was filmed in Switzerland over Easter! 

Saturation (Music Video)

The music video for Saturation has hit VEVO! Watch it below.

Station Playing Our Music

Absence Of Visible Light (Lyric Video)


As well as on our Youtube Channel and VydiaRockVEVO Channel


Hyper Saturated Drops Feb 28, 2016, Tracklist Revealed

Release Date: Feb 28, 2016,



Absence Of Visible Light

Transient Investment 

Deep Inside 

Bright Side Of The Sun 

Turquois Gemstones 

Funky Time Machine 

Disappearing Dreams 

Subway Keef 

You (Who's To Blame) 


My Outdated Delusion 

New Singles

Absence Of Visible Light and Transient Investment are now on soundcloud! Taken from our new upcoming album, the third instalment of the Hyper Trilogy, Hyper Saturated


Yesterday's on Lonely Oak Radio

This Time Next Christmas (Remastered) Is Out Today!

Our 2013 Christmas single has had a makeover and is sounding better than ever! remixed and remastered by the band, the new version hits Spotify and iTunes today 5th December 2015!

The Anomaly Singles

The new single's for the anomaly are now on Soundcloud! 


The Influx (Warp Remix) Is Here!

The remix of our track Influx from our album Hyper Reality has landed, we had alot of fun making this remix and it all happened very spontaneously, we hope you enjoy it!

You can listen to it now on soundcloud!

Liquid State Is Here!

After almost a year of recording Liquid State is finally coming out. You may have seen elements of Liquid States album cover in our recent logos and the Hyper series as the album itself pre-dates them. The name Liquid State is inspired by the pre-amps that have revolutionised our recording process and was originally going to be our fourth album.

Liquid State is now available on Bandcamp!

Liquid State Is On It's Way!

After almost a year of recording Liquid State is finally coming out. You may have seen elements of Liquid States album cover in our recent logos and the Hyper series as the album itself pre-dates them. The name Liquid State is inspired by the pre-amps that have revolutionised our recording process and was originally going to be our fourth album.

To celebrate the fact that the album is almost finished we have released two singles, It's What you Wanted and No Ambition Left.


Propellerhead Solo Challenge!

Check out Peter's Blues improvisation on Reason 8.


Hyper Realism Bonus Track!

Plasma (Unstable Remix)

6 hours of tweaking and shuffling the Hyper Realism new age electronic-esque track Plasma has led to this rhythmically distorted, highly volatile melody and unstable remix. Created by Mark and Peter Hurton, the Unstable Remix is now a bonus track on Hyper Realism and can be heard below!


Music Review for Down Deep In The Blue 

The Yorkshire music scene has grown dramatically, in the past when people suggested that there would be bands from Yorkshire making it to number 1 in the charts people would mock and laugh; now things have changed. So, let's talk about "Yesterday, a group with an intoxicating and uplifting sound, hailing from Yorkshire, England - this up and coming 4 piece rock band have all of the makings of successful group. 

And these guys have attitude, I mean - this is Yorkshire; this is what it is all about the sheer confidence and attitude that makes it different.

Overall, this is a high class, truly innovative rock band that sets the bar for other groups in their field. The overall production quality is certainly good enough for radio - Take a listen to their hit single "Down Deep In The Blue" being played on Kiss 104.7 FM. You can see how their accessible sound will appeal to a wide range of people, so I expect them to build up a large fanbase worldwide, over time. 

By HBdidit - Exposed Vocals Music Reviewer and Breaking News Contributor.

Take a look at the full article here: 


 Back in May Peter, Mark and Lewis answered some questions for, Here's what happened.

Exposed Vocals: How did you hear about Exposed Vocals? What made you decide to sign up?

Peter: I was direct messaged on Twitter and we were very excited by what was available.

Exposed Vocals: So tell us your story. Where did you grow up? What made you decide to become an artist?

Lewis: Willerby Yorkshire England, after a few daft ideas of wanting to be a band at Christmas (2010) I got a bass, the other lads got their instruments and we became a band.

Mark: We all attended school together. We were all interested in music and we thought why can’t we try being a band, so we made the leap before we learned our instruments.

Exposed Vocals: How did you come up with that name? What was your inspiration behind it?

Peter: Mark and I had always though that 'Yesterday' sounded like a band name and it was the best one we could come up with. 

Mark: it also worked in our favour as we usually play an older style of rock music.

Lewis: Yesterday was the best name we'd come up with, better than one utterly rubbish suggestion of Toxic 4

Exposed Vocals: What do you think about online music sharing? Do you ever give your music away for free? Why?

Peter: We think it's great when you're just trying to get heard as anyone can listen to you online. We give our music away free on Bandcamp and Soundcloud but we have tried selling our music on iTunes with limited success. The main goal really is just to let people who like our music listen to it.

Mark: I think streaming services like Spotify is the best middle ground for getting paid and making it available for free listening.

Exposed Vocals: Since everyone was a start-up once, can you give any smaller or local bands or artists looking to get gigs and airplay some tips? 

Mark: The more you practice the better you get.

Peter: It only gets easier really, on a music making level. For us, our albums are the main goal and to allow us to get better we just write and record as many as we can as fast as possible. Although, getting exposure is quite challenging, it's a good thing to focus on what you, as an artist, want to be first.

Exposed Vocals: Do you ever make mistakes during performances? How do you handle that?

Mark: When someone finishes half way through a song, being me, just make sure everybody else does and then it looks rehearsed. 

Peter: Play original songs and most people won't notice, if you make a mistake in the words or structure just say that it's an exclusive live version.

Lewis: All the time it's a laugh making mistakes, all part of life mistakes, if you can't handle mistakes being a musician or having any sort of career where public performance is involved, where mistakes are bound to happen isn't the right path for you.

Exposed Vocals: Do you tour? Anything interesting happen on tour that you think our readers would enjoy hearing about?

Peter: We don't tour but we do play live when we can, this one time we booked a show on a date that a charity event wanted. So we said they can have our date if we can play and long story short it was packed out and turned out to be our best ever gig. 

Mark: We're looking forward to playing some more charity events during summer. 

Exposed Vocals: Where do you usually gather songwriting inspiration? What is your usual songwriting process?

Peter: We can't seem to stop, we have just released our new album Hyper Realism and we have two more in the works!

Lewis: From a certain girl, being drunk or at three to four in the morning when your mind wants to sleep, so it goes all Alice in wonderland.

Mark: Most of us approach song writing as a series of musical blocks, once we’ve written four or five bits we just put it in order and turn the bits into a verse, chorus or whatever we’re feeling on the day. 

Exposed Vocals: Do you have a band website? What online platforms do you use to share your music?

Peter: Yes we have a website built on FourFour but we like Bandcamp best for easy access to our albums. Soundcloud is great for getting a song uploaded fast and finding out what people think.


Band Camp:


Exposed Vocals: What are some really embarrassing songs that we might find on your mp3 player?

Peter: My Computer by Prince, if you haven't heard it before it's an up-tempo ballad about surfing the Internet. 

Lewis: A bit of Belinda Carlisle she was on point in her day, Frankie Valli and the four seasons - December 1963 (oh what a night) - total feel good anthem and any 70s disco track, can't beat disco songs.

Mark: The Final Countdown by Europe, I just love that over the top 80’s rock sound!

Exposed Vocals: If you were given half a million dollars and a year off, what would you do? How would you spend it?

Mark: I’d buy lots of microphones and other music gear to create a studio, buy a house and give some money to my family.

Lewis: I’d buy a proper Hofner 64 violin bass, a 60s Rickenbaker bass, a 60s Vox AC100 amp, some Lemon 714 and I’d have a massive house party then put what's left in the bank.

Peter: I would love to have some crazy instruments custom made like they have in Muse and build a hand picked Neve mixing desk for an amazing sound. It would also be great fun to try a Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways style project to test out some of the legendary studios first hand.

Exposed Vocals: Any planned studio upgrades? What are you working with now?

Mark: We’re working with a small studio in our house at the minute, we’ve got a nice collection of mics from Shure, Blue, AKG, MXL and Rodes to some cool studio outboard gear. I’d personally like some Cascade microphones.

Peter: We’re currently running Cubase pro 8, Reason 8 and Pro Tools 11 but I’d like to add Komplete 10 and Machine to the collection. So many bands get great sounding songs out of it.

Exposed Vocals: How do you find ways to promote your music? What works best for you?

Lewis: Posters in the local takeaway gets the best looking girls to the gigs.

Peter: Tunecore’s great for getting your release to a global audience on all major platforms. Although I’d recommend to take it one release at a time because it gets expensive fast.

Exposed Vocals: If you could perform anywhere and with any artists (Dead or Alive) where and who would it be with? Why?

Lewis: Bruce Springsteen back in the 80s when he was huge in the states, probably in California or Texas since he's the boss and he was the best looking man I've ever seen.

Peter: Queen in the late 80’s at Wembley stadium because it’s such a stunning concert.

Mark: With ZZ Top live in Texas because I could imagine the atmosphere would be incredible.

Exposed Vocals: So, what’s next? Any new upcoming projects that you want to talk about?

Peter: We’re very excited about our next album, Liquid State, which is about 80% finished. It should be out for the end of summer if everything goes to plan.

Mark: We also have a Concept Album in the works which might be finished by the end of the year.

Exposed Vocals: If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing?

Lewis: If I weren't playing music I'd probably have been still playing football, working, going partying but all with a little less ego.

Mark: Doing some form of creative medium like art or animation.

Peter: I would enjoy anything creative really but I don’t really know what.

Exposed Vocals: Do you remember buying your first album? Who was it? What was going through your head?

Peter: Yes, I remember buying The Darkness’s Permission To Land, it was modern classic rock which blew my mind and it’s a fantastic album, I’m just glad they’ve reformed.

Lewis: The Beatles, Pease Please Me and then I bought all the rest chronological because it was the beginning of my love of the Beatles and really the spark that set me to play bass.

Mark: Boston’s Greatest hits. Songs like Foreplay/longtime and Peace of Mind are incredible songs.

Exposed Vocals: How do you juggle the rest of your responsibilities while trying to stay ahead in your music life?

Peter: At the moment I’m doing a Music Production Degree so my work life is my music life

Lewis: It's quite easy really, work comes first since it’s my primary form of income. Band comes second since I've earned £20 in total off it.

Exposed Vocals: What should fans look forward to in 2015?

Lewis: Hopefully some exciting gigs, where we’ll attempt a dance song that will be an absolute party for the audience. Since that's what it's all about having a party and some drunk antics on stage.

Mark: More albums and projects, maybe a follow up to Hyper Realism.


Peter: Some more gigs including some charity events and we’re looking forward to playing Hogfest in August.


YESTERDAY give new album Hyper Realism away

Free via Bandcamp on the 1st June


Yesterday is back with the second instalment of their Hyper series, Hyper Realism. For fans of The Darkness, Foo Fighters and Muse the bands 5th album continues to broaden their horizons delving into bluesy numbers such as Down Deep in the Blue & Sounds Like Something… I’ve Heard Before, acoustic pieces like Last Minute Of Sunset and the electronic soundscapes of Plasma. In true Yesterday style Hyper Realism also includes the Ukulele-electronic hybrid experiment of Eternal Essence as well as new classic Yesterday tracks like Into The Fire & the feel good anthem Get The Night On Your Side.

“The Young band of the century smashed out some amazing sounds all written by the band members and performed to a high class” – Collaboration Events on Yesterday live

Hyper Realism is the ongoing vision of Yesterdays Mark & Peter Hurton who co-write and produce the majority of the bands material. Their 5th album is the sound of the band refining and experimenting with their sound and it sets the pace for what is going to be a busy year for the band being the 1st of 3 planned studio albums.

The band will release Hyper Realism for FREE exclusively on Band Camp. The album’s first single, Down Deep in the Blue, will be released in the last week of May.


Down Deep In The Single Release

Down Deep In The Blue is the first single from our new album Hyper Realism, the second in the Hyper series, which will be released on the 1st June 2015 for free on bandcamp.

The song shows a darker blues orientated sound that you can listen to below! 

Hyper Reality Release Part 1

Hyper Reality Is now up on bandcamp for free download and stay tuned to get the two extra tracks "Just Giving Up" and "Three Buzz Words" later in the week.


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