Gunnersville Concert Series Gunnersville Concert Series

Gunnersbury Park
London

Sunday
8 September

You Me At Six

You Me At Six

DATE

08 09 2019

TIME

12.30pm – 10.30pm

TICKETS

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You Me At Six

Playing all of their singles in chronological order

plus Special guests
Jimmy Eat World,  Deaf Havana,
Sundara Karma, The Maine, As It Is, Milk Teeth

You me at six

On Sunday 8th September, You At Me At Six will be bringing Gunnersville to a victorious close with their biggest headline show to date. Join the band as they mark this huge occasion by performing an exclusive set two hour set compiled of each of their singles played in chronological.

You Me At Six front man Josh Franceschi, said: “We wanted to celebrate a pretty mad 18 months for us as a band so when Gunnersville approached us to headline one of the days we knew straight away what we wanted to do. To celebrate the new era of YMA6 we are going to play all our singles in order. From ‘Take Off Your Colours’ to ‘VI’! It’s gonna be a hell of a night and the line-up is amazing. We can’t wait!

Since releasing their critically-acclaimed debut album ‘Take Off Your Colours’ in 2004, You Me At Six have risen to become one of the biggest rock bands. Their sixth album, ‘VI’, rocketed into the UK Top 10 last year and gave us huge the new anthems ‘Straight Into My Head, ‘I O U’ and ‘Back Again’.

With an incredible five top 10 albums to date, the band’s show at Gunnersville is going to raise the roof with back-to-back hits that will take you from ‘Save It For The Bedroom’ to new favourite ‘Back Again’.

Get ready to ‘Take On The World’ in Gunnersbury Park when You Me At Six take to the stage for this unmissable show.

Jimmy Eat World

Joining You Me At Six in the big top at Gunnersville on Sunday 8th September are six bands of epic proportions. Special guests, Jimmy Eat World, will rock Gunnersbury Park with infectious anthems from their acclaimed, multi-platinum selling, two decade career.

The Arizona rockers became the torch-bearers for their genre with their landmark 1999 album, ‘Clarity’. While their 2001 album ‘Bleed American’ unleashed monumental anthems, including ‘Sweetness’, and ‘Hear You Me’ and noughties classic, ‘The Middle’.

With an envious nine album career, Jimmy Eat World’s show at Gunnersville will be the feel-good summer singalong you’ve been waiting for.

Deaf Havana

Chameleonic rock specialists Deaf Havana are guaranteed to move your heart and feet in Gunnersbury Park this September. Their most recent 2018 album, ‘Rituals’, scored them their second consecutive UK Top 10 album and featured Singles Of The Week on BBC Radio 1. The band recently took their hand to Marilyn Manson’s ‘Fight Song’ and transformed it into shiny alt-rock banger.

Having toured with You Me At Six previously, Gunnersville wouldn’t be complete without Deaf Havana.

Sundara Karma

Also joining the bill are indie favourites Sundara Karma. Since bursting onto the scene in the mid-2010’s the band have brought us a hit after hit. Their debut album, ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’, magnetised audiences with the infectious indie bops, ‘Flame, ‘She Said’ and ‘Explore’.

The Reading quartet’s star has continued to rise with the release of their critically-acclaimed second album, ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’ earlier this year. Produced by Everything Everything’s, Alex Robertshaw the album overflows with fresh, vibrant, and life-affirming songs penned by icon in the making frontman, Oscar Pollock, including singles Little Smart Houses, Greenhands and ‘Higher States’.

You won’t want to leave Sundara Karma’s technicolour world when they play Gunnersville on Sunday 8th September.

The Maine

Seven albums and 12 years in and The Maine are still top of the punk game. The band released their latest album, ‘You Are Ok’, earlier this year – a record that arrests your attention with killer hooks, mind-blowing melodies and a bundles of positivity. Get ready to bounce along with them when the Arizona five piece take to the stage at Gunnersville.

As It Is

Since forming in 2012, As It Is have been a band that are destined to follow their own path. Last year, the Brighton five piece released their third album, ‘The Great Depression’ – their  most layered, technically accomplished and aggressive record to date. As one of the most daring creative forces in the scene, As It Is will take you on an unforgettable journey.

Milk Teeth

Self-proclaimed gross pop trio, Milk Teeth, heralded in a new era last year with the release of their latest single, ‘Stain’. The Stroud band’s thick distorted guitars and sneered melodies will get Gunnersville off to a raucous start.