A REVIEW OF…YOU ME AT SIX – NIGHT PEOPLE

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YOU ME AT SIX

YOU ME AT SIX have released Night People – the first track from their upcoming album.

Packed with their signature, edgy, pop-punk punch, it has hopefully set the tone for the London five-piece’s highly anticipated January release. It emulates the style of 2011’s Sinners Never Sleep, but dabbles in a much cooler swagger.

Front-man Josh Franceschi croons through the three-minute anthem, surely an atmospheric record that will blow the tiny venues on their upcoming tour to pieces. An arena tour is 100% required to feel the full force of You Me At Six’s live performance.

The video for the single sees mirroring effects, electric-esque outlines and uneasy, flickering images of the band – almost like a battered VHS. Brilliant, nonetheless.

You Me At Six tour the UK this Autumn – remaining tickets here: YOU ME AT SIX TOUR

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