You Me At Six thank fans in Christmas video message - watch

Josh Franceschi says all the band's achievements in 2012 are 'down to you guys supporting our band'

You Me At Six have shared a Christmas video message with their fans.

The band's frontman Josh Franceschi posted a link to the short video via his Twitter account - Twitter.com/joshmeatsix - on Christmas morning.

Franceschi wrote that the band's video was "Better than the queens Xmas message I reckon!"

Click above to watch the black and white video message, in which the alt.rock group discuss their favourite Christmas movies, before thanking fans for the support they've given them throughout the year.

In the video, Franceschi says: "We're here to say thank you for another amazing year of you guys supporting our band, all round the world. We've toured a lot, seen a lot of new places. Went to Southeast Asia for the first time... Went to Australia again and America countless times, Reading and Leeds, great UK tours, Wembley, going Gold with 'Sinners...'. There's been so many achievements and its all down to you guys supporting our band."

You Me At Six released their third album, 'Sinners Never Sleep', in autumn 2011. They headlined London's 12,500 capacity Wembley Arena on December 8 of this year.

The gig was billed as 'The Final Night Of Sin' and was their last show in support of 'Sinners Never Sleep'.

Speaking to NME about the gig, drummer Dan Flint said: "It's a landmark occasion for our band. We've been talking about how to get our band to arenas for a while and how we were going to do it and we thought this would be the perfect time."

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