You Me at Six are an English pop rock band from Surrey, consisting of frontman Josh Franceschi, guitarists Chris Miller and Max Helyer, bassist Matt Barnes, and drummer Dan Flint
Formed in 2006, the band released their debut album, ‘Take Off Your Colours’ in 2008 on Slam Dunk Records, which led to the band supporting Fall Out Boy on tour. The band’s second album, ‘Hold Me Down’, came out in 2010 on Virgin Records, which was followed by a third, ‘Sinners Never Sleep’ the following year.
The album reached #3 in the UK Album Chart and that year the band won Best British Band at the Kerrang! Awards. The band’s fourth album, ‘Cavalier Youth’ came out in 2014 and they released their latest album, 'Night People', on January 7, 2017.
The band have toured across the UK, Europe, Australia and USA, as well as playing the Vans Warped Tour, Reading and Leeds Festival, Slam Dunk Festival and Isle of Wight Festival and a co-headline arena tour with All Time Low.
You Me At Six will follow up the release of their new album 'VI' in October 2018 with a tour of the UK this winter, with extra shows added in order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the band’s debut album, ‘Take Off Your Colours’. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
The night was absolutely amazing, the atmosphere was so intense. It was the first time I went to see You Me At Six and I was so glad that I did. They are such an amazing band to see live. It was part of their "Sinner's Never Sleep" tour and they performed their new single "The Swarm". I'd never heard the song before but when they performed it I instantly loved it, it was such an immense atmosphere and I loved every second of it. Not only did they perform songs from "Sinners Never Sleep", they also performed some older tracks such as "Liquid Confidence" and "Take Off Your Colours". A personal favourite of mine "Fireworks" was also played which really made my day.
Thu 2nd Aug 2018
A decade ago you couldn’t spend a night in a rock club without hearing Save It For The Bedroom. You Me At Six’s breakthrough hit arrived when UK pop-punk was about to crest its mainstream peak, with its bands sharing sweeping fringes and lofty ambitions with the emo groups who were also making their way onto the radio.