English Alternative rock band, You Me At Six, released their latest single “Lived a Lie” in early September. The band has recently stated that their fourth album, Cavalier Youth, is intended to be released as of January.
You Me At Six haven’t made an album since 2011, when Sinners Never Sleep came out. On the album were some of the bands most popular tracks to date, including their singles “Loverboy” and “Bite My Tongue” (ft. Oli Sykes). Since then, however, fans have been hungry for more from the British rockers.
Well, fear no longer, because not only is the new album set to be released in only a matter of months, but You Me At Six began their Tour in North America on October 1! It’s the first time they have ever toured in North America and they will be playing shows alongside bands Cute is What We Aim For, Tonight Alive, Conditions, and Dinosaur Pile Up.
Their new single “Lived a Lie” is a lot softer sounding then their last album. Most of the songs on Sinners Never Sleep were fast paced, with harder vocals, and sounded a little darker. This is unlike most of their music, but “Lived a Lie” takes fans back to an older version of the band. The song is lighter, and while it’s still a powerful song, the vocals on the track are a lot more cushioned than fans have recently gotten used to.
With the release of the single and start of the tour, You Me At Six has really given their fan-base something to be excited about. Having the tour begin before the album comes out will give a chance for their audience to get re-acquainted with their old music before they’re exposed to their new songs, and amp them up for Cavalier Youth.
Here’s the official music video for “Lived a Lie” and an official list of tour dates for 2013/2014 gotten off the bands official site!
House Of Blues-Anaheim
El Rey Theatre-Los Angeles
In The Venue-Salt Lake City
The Summit Music Hall-Denver
The Bottom Lounge-Chicago
Shelther at St. Andrew’s-Detroit
The Opera House- Toronto
Paradise Rock Club-Boston
The Gramercy Theatre-New York
Theater of the Living Arts-Philadelphia
Palau Olimpic de Badalona-Barcelona
Newcastle Metro Arena- Newcastle upon Tyne
Nottingham Capital FM Arena-Nottingham
Myer Music Bowl-Melbourne