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You Me at Six K


errang! award winners for Best British Band, You Me at Six are


poised to cement their status as leading lights on the contemporary rock scene with the release of their eagerly anticipated third album Sinners Never Sleep on October 3rd. Sinners Never Sleep follows their 2010 Top 5 hit album Hold Me Down.


Since the release of Hold Me Down, You Me at Six have enjoyed a rush of landmark events. First was the 2010 Kerrang! Awards where they won ‘Best Single’, which was soon followed by their main stage debut at the Reading and Leeds festivals. That year, the


band played two nationwide tours; which reached a combined audience of 65,000 people. You Me at Six were also recently named as Future Flames Ambassadors by Coca- Cola, a Presenting Partner of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay, and will be helping to find inspiring young people to carry the Olympic Flame next year.


Produced by Garth Richardson (Biffy Clyro, Rage Against The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers) and recorded at the famous Sound Factory studio in Los Angeles, Sinners Never Sleep sees You Me at Six exploring their most mature sound to date extending the


band’s scope wider than ever before. Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes guests on the dark anthem Bite My Tongue, while Parkway Drive vocalist Winston McCall contributes to the growling intensity of Time Is Money. The hook-infused melodies of Jaws On The Floor and Reckless are offset by the more introspective No One Does It Better, Crash and When We Were Younger.


Since the release of Hold Me Down, You Me at Six have enjoyed a rush of landmark events. First was the 2010 Kerrang! Awards where they won ‘Best Single’, which was soon followed by their main stage debut at the Reading and


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