You Me At Six announce two more UK shows on their 2017 tour!

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YOU ME AT SIX have announced they have added two new shows to their 2017 tour, Manchester Academy on 2nd April and Norwich Nick Rayns LCR, UEA on 8th April.

Their highly anticipated fifth studio album, NIGHT PEOPLE,  is now due for release January 6th 2017, earlier than previously announced, through Infectious Music.  The album will help to cement their status as one of the most important rock bands to emerge from the UK. It was recorded in Nashville at Black Bird Studios with Grammy award-winning producer Jacquire King (Kings Of Leon, James Bay) and mixed by Andrew Scheps (Black Sabbath, Red Hot Chilli Peppers).

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You Me At Six reveal new single Swear. The band have been making waves with previous single ‘Night People’, which recently spent 7 weeks on the BBC Radio 1 playlist and has been streamed over three million times to date and are back to do the same with ‘Swear’.  The video was shot by band collaborator Jon Stone at the band’s recent Shepherds Bush Empire underplay show, which sold out in three minutes.

Their highly anticipated fifth studio album Night People is now due for release January 6th 2017, earlier than previously announced, through Infectious Music:   https://ymas.lnk.to/NightPeoplePR.  The album will help to cement their status as one of the most important rock bands to emerge from the UK. It was recorded in Nashville at Black Bird Studios with Grammy award-winning producer Jacquire King (Kings Of Leon, James Bay) and mixed by Andrew Scheps (Black Sabbath, Red Hot Chilli Peppers).

 Josh, The You Me At Six frontman gave evidence at the House of Commons on November 15th as part of a one-off session held by the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, which aims to pass through parliament an amendment to the Digital Economy Bill to stop the use of digital purchasing software by ticket touts.

Josh is the only musician taking part in the campaign and is very passionate about the cause, he adds We are fighting the battle for fair prices for live music fans. Every artist’s touring career is built on the passion and support of their fanbase. For those true supporters to be ripped off by secondary sites and being charged double, treble the face value for the right to see their favorite artists is unacceptable”

 

UK TOUR – April
2nd – Manchester, Academy
3rd  – Newcastle, O2 Academy
5th  – Plymouth, Pavilions
6th  – Blackburn, King George’s Hall
7th  – Doncaster, The Dome
8th – Norwich, Nick Rayns LCR, UEA
10th  – Birmingham, O2 Academy
11th  – Bournemouth, Solent Hall
13th  – Glasgow, SECC
14th  – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
15th  – London, Alexandra Palace

Tickets available from youmeatsix.com

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