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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

August 17, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

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British rockers awaken senses

Since its rise to fame in 2008, British rock band You Me At Six  hasn’t really slept.
The driven British band released “Sinners Never Sleep,” its third studio album, last week.
Throughout the album’s first single, “Loverboy,” lead singer Josh Franceschi’s wide vocal range complements the low guitar chords that underline each verse. Franceschi explicitly states the song’s message in the chorus: “I’m the option you shouldn’t have chosen … This is the night you’ll regret in the morning.”
As the album progresses, the tracks continue to differentiate themselves. Oli Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon screams his head off in the album’s second single, “Bite My Tongue,” while “Crash” embodies the acoustic style of Cute is What We Aim For, all while maintaining You Me At Six’s original sound.
Now that the album has hit the States, sleepless nights spent listening to this mix of tracks for people this side of the pond are bound to be more frequent.