Yesterdays is a Hungarian symphonic progressive rock band based in Carei, Romania. After releasing two studio albums (in Hungary, France, Japan, Finland, Romania), several singles and a few EP-s, the project is working again on the 3rd studio album (hopefully finished and released in 2018).
The new album will feature hungarian folk songs with vintage progressive rock arrangements, with Yesterdays' taste, with influences from Yes, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Genesis and Camel. Lush mellotron waves, string quartet arrangements, flute, heavy drumming, strange instruments (furniture and coffee mugs), multi-layered vocals, acoustic guitars and lots of FUZZ!
The project's musical style has been compared by various reviewers to Yes, Quidam, Camel, Pat Metheny, Anna Maria Jopek, Eclipse (from Brazil) and Genesis.
The band, or should we say - the project - is formed by two musicians, multiinstrumentists: Bogáti-Bokor Ákos (guitars, vocals, percussion, keyboards and bass) and Enyedi Zsolt (keyboards and bass), who built a live band for live performances and recordings, forming many-many line-ups in the last 10-12 years.