Following the announcement of new music and a brand new album, You Me At Six have set out their plans to return to the road this November.

With five headline shows planned across the country, the band will stop off in the capital at O2 Academy Brixton on Friday, November 30 with support coming from Marmozets & The Xcerts.

The group will play Cardiff University Great Hall on December 1.

After selling over 76,000 tickets across the UK last year, You Me At Six are undoubted Heavyweights of the UK rock scene, filling the largest venues wherever they go. Their phenomenal live career speaks for itself, having sold out arena tours in the UK, headlining both the NME/Radio 1 stage at Reading & Leeds in 2017 and the second stage at Download Festival this year. November’s tour gives You Me At Six the chance to road test their explosive new show, creating a new batch of future live classics for fans in the process.

Speaking of the tour, the band said: “We’re looking forward to hitting the road this November. Our new record ‘VI’ will have been out for around a month, so we can’t wait to play new & and old music for our fans in some of our favourite venues in the UK.”

The band have notched up a list of considerable achievements since forming in 2004 as teenagers in Weybridge, Surrey, including four UK Gold Records, four Top 10 albums in the UK including Number 1 album Cavalier Youth, three sold out arena shows, sold out UK headline arena tours, an unparalleled 15 consecutive A-List singles on BBC Radio One, multiple sold-out US headline tours and a Number 1 rock song in UK & Australia and Top 5 Rock Radio track in North America in ‘Room To Breathe’.

You Me At Six are stepping out of their comfort zone and are about to change the way you think about them.

Prepare to have your expectations shifted as 2018 marks a brand new chapter for one of the UK’s biggest guitar bands.

Tickets on sale at 9.30am on June 15 at gigst.rs/ymas