You Me At Six start work on third album in Los Angeles

Brit band relocate to the US to record new effort

You Me At Six have started work on their third studio album in Los Angeles.

The Brit five-piece have relocated to the US city for the next two months to record the album, which will be the follow-up to 2010’s ‘Hold Me Down’.

Yesterday (March 21) was the band’s first day of the new album sessions for the band. They tweeted from “We are all just a little bit excited!”


In a previous update singer Josh Franceschi outlined how the band were rather confident about the forthcoming release.

“It’s easily the best stuff we’ve ever written,” he wrote. “If you liked us before, I know you’ll love this. If you hated us before, you’ll have to check yourself, because this is something for everyone.”

The band have rented apartments in LA for the duration of the stay, and will be updating fans on progress via Franceschi‘s blog,


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