The Yule brothers
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The Yule brothers

Prince George, British Columbia, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

Prince George, British Columbia, Canada | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Duo Rock Indie




"The Statistics’ Sweet Coming of Age Video for 'Maryanne' Gives Us All the Feels"

With Elvis Costello-like overtones and a sweet video full of exploration and inspiration, “Maryanne” showcases a solid Americana Indie vibe with a bit of throwback defiance. - Parade Magazine

"Prince George, B.C. Duo THE STATISTICS Debut Their Gritty New Single “Maryanne”"

Prince George, British Columbia might be best known for its history of fur trading but things are about to change thanks to the Americana/indie-rock duo, The Statistics. The pair of humble musicians—brothers Darby Yule and Erin Yule—were born in a remote industrial town, the guys somehow found inspiration in their surroundings and their love affair with music and artistic expression blossomed. The pair’s penchant for punk rock and ability to create captivating songs is on display on their upcoming new album, The Robson Street Hymns - Pure Grain Audio

"New Music Critique"

"The Statistics come at you with a garage-band intensity, a terse, no-gimmicks attack that'd make Jack White proud." - Music Connection

"The Statistics release new single called ‘Sparks In The Night’."

'Sparks In The Night’ is one of the songs that once you listen to is a song that you will want to hear again and again. That certainly happed to me. - Music Injection


The Statistics pull no punches with their latest tune, “Sparks In The Night.” This is revved up indie rock for folks who are into catchy alternative pop. It covers all the bases: fun, powerful, and full of sing-along melody... The Statistics are making solid music. Listen up! - Modern Music Maker


The Robson Street Hymns (October, 2019)

Old Habits (Single, November 2016)

Jealous Heart (Single, January, 2016)

Haunts (September, 2014)

The Boy Who Would Be King (March, 2012)



Born in an industry town, 800 kilometers from anything, The Yule Brothers created their own unique style of Americana-Indie Rock. Comprised of Darby and Erin Yule, these two brothers accomplished more in 5 years through pure-grit and a love for the craft than most do in a lifetime. True singer-songwriter personalities mixed with an early love for Punk Rock helped Darby and Erin create a style that they can say is truly their own.

The Statistics started their journey with the release of their first EP Haunts (produced by Paul Boechler), to a sold-out crowd in a church basement with a blown out PA system. Being the restless hearts that they were, the Yule boys started expanding out of their home-town of Prince George, BC and playing road shows such as Cranworx (Whistler), The Railway Club (Vancouver), Tavern on Whyte (Edmonton), as well as opening for bands such as Bend Sinister, Birds of Bellwoods, Kingsfoil and Illscarlett.

By the time they release their single Jealous Heart (produced by Elisa Pangsaeng) in 2016, they were doing full tours and headlining festivals such as UBC Goosehunt Festival (Vancouver), Canadian Music Week (Toronto) and Parks Alive! (Kelowna). 

In November 2016, they released their country inspired, regretful single Old Habits feat. Amy Kirkpatrick (produced by Elisa Pangsaeng) to a full house at the Prince George Playhouse Theatre. They were also nominated for "Best Out of Province Act" at the Toronto Independent Music Awards. They finished the year with placing in Semi-Finals at Indie Week Toronto's "Best in Fest" award. 

In the spring of 2017, The Statistics went back into studio to start recording their new record The Robson Street Hymns. Produced by Elisa Pangsaeng and The Statistics, the album features an all-star line up of members from Said the Whale, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Colin James and Wide Mouth Mason. Though it has taken over a year to release, The Statistics first single off the new album, True North, reached 40,000 streams in the first month and 86,000 streams to date. In late, 2018 The Statistics teamed up with Redwoods and The Fallaways to co-headline the popular WTF Tour hitting 8 dates across British Columbia. 

Their newest singles, Sparks in the Night and Maryanne, hit national radio play on CBC Radio 2 along with being accepted to 11 Spotify playlists. They have been featured in over 72 media outlets between the months of July 2019 and September 2019. Maryanne was premiered on such heavy hitters as Parade Magazine and Pure Grain Audio.

The Robson Street Hymns has was premiered on  September 6 on Substream Magazine. It was extremely well received with over 2000 streams in the first week. With these many heavy hitters and promising first week number, The Robson Street hymns is set to hit well above it's weight. 

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