Here's how You Me At Six made their new album SUCKAPUNCH in Thailand

You Me At Six have released a new mini documentary diving into the making of their new LP, SUCKAPUNCH.

Here's how You Me At Six made their new album SUCKAPUNCH in Thailand
Emily Carter

You Me At Six are taking fans inside the making of their new record SUCKAPUNCH ahead of its release on January 15.

Amazon Music joined the band in the studio in Thailand to capture the creative process behind album number seven for a new six-minute mini doc – and it very much looks as though that 'creative process' involved lots of messing about by the beach and in the pool, and just generally having a damn good time in a beautiful place.

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"Obviously this recording process is somewhat unique," explains frontman Josh Franceschi at the start of the video, "in comparison to records we've made before because we are in a part of the world that we've never even been [to] as a band."

"No distractions are around us," adds guitarist Max Helyer, "and having amazing food cooked for you everyday, having a swimming pool, having a gym here… it's just kind of getting our mind set on making the best music we possibly can do."

That really is the life, isn't it? Check out the making of SUCKAPUNCH below:

And catch You Me At Six at the following dates this year:


14 Kingston PRYZM (socially distanced event)


19 Glasgow Barrowland
20 Bristol Academy
21 Manchester Academy
23 Newcastle Academy
24 Cardiff University Great Hall
25 London O2 Kentish Town Forum


6 Kingston PRYZM (Hold Me Down 10th anniversary show)
7 Kingston PRYZM (Hold Me Down 10th anniversary show)
9 Oxford O2 Academy
10 Sheffield Leadmill
11 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
12 Preston Blitz
13 Edinburgh Liquid Room
14 Dundee Fat Sam’s

Of course, we watched – and filmed – You Me At Six in a pretty intimate setting in 2018, back when fans could attend our very own K! Pit. If you haven’t seen that set, check it out below:

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