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You Me At Six are Embarking on Massive North American Tour

British rock band, You Me At Six, are going on a massive North American tour. The Back Again Tour is in support of their latest album VI.

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You Me At Six Shot by Jordan Curtis-Hughes

The UK powerhouses You Me At Six are heading off on a massive North American tour starting at the end of February. Their Back Again Tour will start in Boston and end in Atlanta. They are hitting 18 different cities in both the US and Canada.

This tour is in support of their most recent studio album, VI. The album that shifts and slides effortlessly through genres and moods. There are strong indie vibes coursing throughout as well as a few delicious synths. But through all of it, they never lose track of who they are. It showcases what this band is capable of.

In an interview with Independent, lead singer Josh Franceschi spoke about the state of rock bands in the industry. “We approached artists from other genres and they said no, because they don’t wanna f**k with a rock band, and other rock bands don’t wanna team up. Everyone’s got their own patch.” But this album proves they’re not just a rock band. They’re a force to be reckoned with.

I’m back again, I’m back again and they’re here to stay. Even after all this time, they have so much more to give us.

Tickets are on sale now through their website. This tour is one that you will not want to miss. And if you haven’t listened to VI yet, do so immediately. You won’t regret it.

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