You Me At Six New Single ‘What’s It Like’
You Me At Six have dropped brand new single ‘What’s It Like’, their first new material since their acclaimed Top 10 album ‘VI’.
The track was released ahead of their highly anticipated return to the Reading & Leeds Festival Main Stage this month as well as their biggest outdoor UK headline gig to date at Gunnersbury Park in London this September as part of the Gunnersville Concert Series.
Frontman Josh Franceschi commented, “‘What’s It Like’ is us flexing our creative muscles. Combining our favourite genres and bringing them together in one track. For me lyrically, it’s looking at our society in parts in 2019. I definitely feel as though we are living in a time where we’ve lost our way a little bit. There are great innovators and pioneers which we can rely on, but there is also a feeling of the blind leading the blind and a lack of humility present. Within the title and the chorus I sort of poke fun at those who are libertines or self serving – ‘what’s it like being perfect all the time?’. Life’s not a competition, but people have a tendency to play it out that way.”
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Gunnersville will mark the start of an exciting new chapter for the rockers, who will play a very special one night only set comprising of 27 consecutive singles, charting their rise from 2008s ‘Take Off Your Colours’ to 2018s ‘VI’ and beyond. Support acts will include Jimmy Eat World, Deaf Havana, Sundara Karma and more.
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FIVE FAST BAND FACTS:
- You Me At Six have achieved four UK Gold Records, five Top 10 UK albums and a No.1 record with ‘Cavalier Youth’.
- They have an unparalleled 15 consecutive A-List singles on BBC Radio One.
- Their track ‘Room To Breathe’ became a No.1 rock song in the UK & Australia + Top Five Rock Radio track in North America.
- They have embarked on multiple sold-out US headline tours.
- Last year the band sold-out many of their ‘Take Off Your Colours’ tenth anniversary tour dates, including three nights at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
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