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You Me At Six Announce Intimate Album Launch Shows For Summer 2021

You Me At Six will be celebrating the release of new album SUCKAPUNCH with some tiny headline gigs.

Following the release of new single SUCKAPUNCH last night (November 26), You Me At Six have announced details of an intimate UK tour next summer.

The Surrey gang will be celebrating the release of their new record SUCKAPUNCH first with a socially-distanced event at Kingston’s PRYZM on January 14, before then tearing through the UK at some tiny venues in July in support of album number seven.

Read this: You Me At Six fans reflect on what debut album Take Off Your Colours means to them

As well as a second show at PRYZM (they really love Kingston, huh?!), You Me At Six will be taking on intimate rooms in Oxford, Sheffield, Leeds, Preston, Edinburgh and Dundee. These dates are in addition to their already-announced UK tour in May.

Catch You Me At Six at the following next year:

January 2021

14 Kingston PRYZM (socially distanced event)

May 2021

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

July 2021

7 Kingston PRYZM
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:

Posted on November 27th 2020, 10:00a.m.
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