You Me At Six To Tour Australian East Coast In September

Friday 9 June 2017

You Me At Six To Tour Australian East Coast In September

Touring off the back of their fifth studio album 'Night People', British rock band You Me At Six will be sliding down the east coast this September. The band will be rocking out Eatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane, before wowing fans at the Big Top in Sydney. The final show will be held at The Forum in Melbourne.

2017 got off to a flying start for the band with the release of 'Night People' which is out now through Liberator Music/Infectious Music/BMG). With the help of the singles culled from Night People (‘Night People’ and ‘Give’), You Me At Six became the first band ever to have 15 concurrent A-List singles on BBC Radio 1.

A little over three months before their Australian tour, You Me At Six have just dropped the video for their latest single ‘Take On The World’. Shot live at London’s iconic Alexandra Palace, the video gives fans a taste of what to expect from You Me At Six at their Australian shows.

"Each and every member of the crowd left with a smile on their faces, definitely a must see band." -
Counteract

"Brilliantly mutli-faceted. [‘Night People’ is] the band’s most natural and accomplished step so far." -
DIY

Joining You Me At Six on the road will be Sydney 5-piece Hellions and Brisbane’s happiest punks, Columbus. Since forming in 2013, Hellions have wasted little time in establishing themselves as a force in innovative heavy music. Meanwhile, Columbus’ emotive music is born on a battered acoustic guitar and blossoms into gloriously raucous punk rock thunderclaps, whilst maintaining a bittersweet honesty. The songs grow from a place of sadness, but they blossom onto the stage with a small smile that says it’s all been worth it.

With multiple sold out tours across the UK and Europe under their name, where they have headlined both Wembley Arena and the O2, You Me At Six are a band not to miss! Nab your tickets and see them demonstrate why they are one of UK's best live bands!

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