Check Out You Me At Six Perform ‘Bit My Tongue’ Live With Oli Sykes

Back in September of this year, Bring Me The Horizon headlined an arena tour of the UK, where they had You Me At Six as their tour support.

On the London show of the tour, Oli Sykes came out to perform ‘Bite My Tongue’ and it was amazing.

Check it out in all its glory.

Live Review – You Me At Six @ Stylus, Leeds

Support: LONA

Date: 28/11/21

There was a lot of buzz around this one! You Me At Six’s release shows at the back of last year to celebrate the anniversary of the record that made them, ‘Hold Me Down’. Not only that, the band also had the incredible LONA on their support.

Sixers fans had waited two years to hear what the band had to offer from these shows and fans weren’t disappointed, with everyone in the camp ready to go, it was an experience unlike any other… that is until the anniversary of Sinners Never Sleep comes around later this year.

Having never heard of LONA until this evening, it was quite different to what I was expecting. First off, his lankiness would make one think of Machine Gun Kelly but you couldn’t be more wrong. Instead you get a more soulful and at times energetic artist that deeply connects to the crowd in a way that most don’t. With Tracks such as ‘Darkest Days’ and ‘Boys Get Sad’, one could say that he’s an emo at heart going by the track titles alone.

With quite a strong support act, it’s easy to forget that You Me At Six will take to the stage in a little while and we couldn’t get more excited.

I don’t think the atmosphere couldn’t have been better if people tried. Tracks such as ‘Underdog’, ‘Liquid Confidence’ just made the audiences heart melt and in the encore ‘Bite My Tongue’ just elevated the entire venue to a whole other level. ‘Where My Underdogs At?’ says frontman Franceschi. You know things are about to get real when he says that. The Guitar riffs and pits that erupt from here are second to none. You see why they came to Leeds because of this.

With all of the eruption from this, sonically it’s an absolutely sound show because the amount of love for these tracks that fans have is unquestionable. During ‘Liquid Confidence’, that has to be one the spot in the setlist where audience participation was at an all time high, signing the lyrics right back to them. But if you think that performance was grand, just wait for the Sinners Anniversary shows later this year.

Once again, You Me At Six prove just how much of a force they are and ready to tackle more, especially with their back catalogue of tracks.

Rating: 7/10.

Photos by JackLiddPhotography.

Waterparks & You Me At Six To Play Leeds & Reading Festival

There’s been a last minute addition to Leeds Festival.

With Machine Gun Kelly and Fever 333 among two of the acts due to miss the event, Waterparks and You Me At Six have signed up to play 2021 iteration of the festival.

In addition, Creeper have announced they have had to drop out due to positive COVID cases in their touring party.

“We are sad to announce that due to members of our touring party testing positive for COVID and in keeping with current government guidelines, Creeper will no longer be performing at Reading & Leeds festival this weekend.

As it stands we are still appearing at Slam Dunk festival next week. We apologise to those looking forward to seeing us and hope you understand and respect the decision.”

Waterparks are set to headline The Pit at Reading on Saturday and Leeds on Sunday.

And You Me At Six are set to play the Main Stage At Reading on Saturday and Leeds on the Sunday.

You Me At Six Share Video For ‘WYDRN’

High flying UK Quartet  You Me At Six have released a video for ‘WYDRN’ (‘What You Doing Right Now’), a track off their seventh album, ‘Suckapunch’.

The video for the track is composed of videos submitted by the band’s fans (referred to as ‘Sixers’), dancing and singing along to the song.

On the video frontman Josh Franceschi says:

“During a time in which we haven’t seen as much of you as we would’ve liked, we wanted to make a music video with you, our fans. Together we made a video for ‘WYDRN’. Something just to celebrate life in a testing period. We hope you enjoy it, and thank you to all our fans for their submissions.”

Check out the video for ‘WYDRN’ below.

The bands seventh full length record is out now via Underdog Records. Orders can be made from the band’s webstore.

You Me At Six Announce The Rescheduled Dates For Their ‘SUCKAPUNCH’ UK Tour

You Me At Six have had to reschedule their upcoming UK Tour! The snag on the news is that their rescheduled dates aren’t going to happen in Cardiff, Glasgow and Birmingham.

Saint PHNX and NOISY will still be supporting.

In a short statement, the band had this to say:

“Unfortunately, we’ve been unable to find a new date for the Glasgow, Cardiff, and Birmingham shows. Truly sorry to all our fans there who have been waiting for these shows. Believe us, so have we. We’re working on something else to make it up to you. More news soon.”

Here are the tour dates.

September 2021

2nd – Academy, Manchester

6th – Academy, Bristol

9th – University, Newcastle

10th – Kentish Town Forum, London

You Me At Six Collaborate With A 30-Piece Orchestra For A New Live Version Of ‘Glasgow’

You Me At Six have shared a 30-piece orchestral live version of their track ‘Glasgow’.

This comes off their recently released record ‘SUCKAPUNCH’, which will see them on tour throughout May, then performing a number of album launch shows in July.

Lead vocalist Josh Franceschi says: “Recording a rendition of Glasgow with an orchestra at the historic Abbey Road Studios was a collective career goal. It was truly special to take a song written in my basement, recording it in Thailand and then performing it live in Abbey Road Studios.”

Check out the Orchestral Version of ‘Glasgow’ below.

You Me At Six’s Latest Record, ‘Suckapunch’ Debuts At No.01 In The UK Albums Chart

Last week, You Me At Six released their latest record ‘SUCKAPUNCH’ out into the world via Underdog / AWAL Records.

It has been confirmed that the record has now debuted at the very top of the UK Albums Chart.

This is the second record from YMAS that has hit No.01 with ‘Cavalier Youth’ debuting at the top spot in 2014. In addition, it’s the band’s 6th Top Ten record, with 2010’s ‘Hold Me Down’ at No.05, 2011’s ‘Sinners Never Sleep’, at No.03, 2017’s ‘Night People’ at No.03 and 2018’s ‘VI’ at No.06.

You Me At Six’s ‘Suckapunch’ Debuts At No.01 In The Midweek UK Albums Chart

Last week, You Me At Six released their latest record, ‘Suckapunch’.

The record is on track to debut at the top of the UK Albums Chart and is currently sitting at the top of the aforementioned chart.

It’s sitting ahead of Sleaford Mods who are in second with their record, ‘Spare Ribs’.

At the moment, if things stay as they are this will be their second No.01 record, with 2014’s ‘Cavalier Youth’ being their first. In addition, it will also be their 6th Top Ten Record.

You Me At Six Release Documentary Showing How They Made ‘Sukapunch’

There’s only days until the release of You Me At Six’s brand new record, ‘SUKAPUNCH’ and the band have a little behind the scenes look for everyone in the form of a mini-documentary on the making of the record.

The lads flew out to Thailand to record with Dan Austin, who also worked on their previous album ‘VI’, at Karma Sound studio in Bang Saray and looked like they had the most beautiful and inspiring time ever. 

Every member adds their own piece of context in the clip which has been released in association with Amazon Music.

Check out the Doc below.

You Me At Six Details ‘Hold Me Down’ 10th Anniversary Show For July 2021

In celebration of its 10th Anniversary, You Me At Six have annnounced a one off show where they’ll play their record, ‘Hold Me Down’ in full.

The show will take place at PRYZM venue in Kingston-Upon-Thames, London on July 7th 2021.

Tickets for the show are on sale now and can be purchased online via Banquet Records.