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Artist: You Me At Six. Album: Cavalier Youth. Style: Alternative Rock. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Bonus Track: 13 – Champagne Wishes.
You Me at Six are an English rock band from Weybridge, Surrey. Formed in 2004, the group achieved success in 2008 with the release of their debut album, Take Off Your Colours, which included the singles "Save It for the Bedroom", "Finders Keepers" and "Kiss and Tell", with the latter two peaking at number 33 and number 42 respectively in the official UK Singles Chart
About Cavalier Youth - Album Art. Album Artwork for You Me At Six’s fourth studio album. Cavalier Youth You Me At Six.
Night People is the fifth studio album by English rock band You Me at Six. Following an 18-month touring cycle for Cavalier Youth, the group took a break. In the autumn, the group worked on new music at drummer Dan Flint's house, and subsequently tracked demos with Ross Orton. Reconvening in January 2016, the group were in discussions with several different producers before being approached by Jacquire King.
VI is the sixth studio album by English rock band You Me at Six. It was released on 5 October 2018 through Underdog and AWAL. You Me at Six released their fifth album Night People in January 2017. Despite reaching number three in the UK, it received a mixed reception from both their fans and critics. Within a week of the album coming out, the band had no management and found themselves stuck in private legal battles.
You Me at Six have long used a simple yet effective method to their songwriting, turning tired idioms and phrases such as "Save It for the Bedroom," "If I Were in Your Shoes," and "Finders Keepers" into catchy pop-punk hits, and Cavalier Youth makes no bones about continuing this technique. The title of the lead single, "Lived a Lie," provides the lyrics to the singalong chorus, partnered with a typically soaring melody, and "Win Some, Lose Some" follows a similar unimaginative pattern
Cavalier Youth, their fourth album (the last two both went top 5), finds its own groove, somewhere between the pounding relentlessness of Bullet for My Valentine and My Chemical Romance's gloomy self-absorption. These songs aren't subtle or overly innovative, but they hit their target: when singer Josh Franceschi, age 23, barks: "We're not young any more/ What are you so scared of?" on Too Young to Feel This Old, you can fairly hear the answering roar from every angsty year nine in Britain. The album is consistently tuneful, yet also pile-driving and monolithic