You Me At Six announce they’ll be playing a rare, intimate gig at The BOILEROOM in Guildford, Surrey on Friday 30th of Jan. Ahead of the band’s biggest tour to date next month – which includes some of the countries biggest venues in the country – they’ll be playing homage to the small indie venues that supported them in the band’s early stages.
Drummer, Dan Flint says of the show: “Anything we can do to help out the local venues – without them we wouldn’t be a band today.” – Dan Flint (Drums)
300 tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 21st at 9am here: http://www.theboileroom.net/listings. Further information on the Independent Venue Week can be found here: http://www.independentvenueweek.com/
You Me At Six along with co-headliners, the American pop punk giants All Time Low, will kick off their gigantic tour in Cardiff on 9th February, and culminate with a huge homecoming show at London’s O2 Arena on 14th February.
Full tour dates are:
9th February: Arena, Cardiff
10th February: LG Arena, Birmingham
12th February: Hydro, Glasgow
13th February: Phones 4 U Arena, Manchester
14th February: O2 Arena, London
You Me At Six’s chart-topping album, Cavalier Youth was recorded in LA and produced by Neil Avron (Fall Out Boy, Linkin Park). Avron encouraged them to broaden and stretch their musical horizons – and the band display next-level musicianship on the #1 record. Cavalier Youth shows off the band’s new confidence and excitement, and has lead them to arenas, to fulfilling their dream of playing high up the bill at Reading and Leeds, to having a smash hit single, and to breaking America.