Following the exciting release of their fifth album Night People, Surrey rock band You Me At Six are embarking on a UK tour. They ended a short hiatus with a surprise set at Reading and Leeds festival last year, and then went on a small venue tour to promote their new sound. With Night People then reaching number three in the album charts, this tour is set to be better than ever before.
After being a band for over ten years and successfully making it to a fifth album, the only way is up, and lead singer, Josh Franceschi, claims that this will be bigger than any of their past tours, as they want to assert themselves as a headline-worthy band.
The tour kicks off in Manchester 2nd April and ends in London’s Alexandra Palace on 15th April, with support coming from Tonight Alive and Black Foxxes. You Me At Six are set to headline the NME stage at Reading and Leeds this summer, and have hinted that they have other festivals in their diary so there will be plenty of chances to see them live this year.
Tickets for You Me At Six’s tour are available here.