They say guitar music is on the way out...well if you were down in London's Brixton Academy last night then that was certainly far from the case.
You Me At Six took to the stage for their second sold-out show at the venue for latest album 'Sinners Never Sleep'.
Along with the likes of Deaf Havana, Young Guns, We Are The Ocean and Canterbury, You Me At Six are the one of bands who are at the forefront of rock's revival in the UK.
Having gained mainstream radio play and chart success with their latest single release 'The Swarm', the Surrey lads had plenty of material to fit into their 90 minute set.
After support from Kids In Glass Houses Josh Franceschi and co opened with 'Loverboy' along with 'Little Death', 'Safer To Hate Her' and 'Trophy Eyes'.
Since the album's release back in October the band's popularity and success can certainly be seen in the amped up stage set-up; smoke, ramps and an impressive light show are all present.
Tracks from their 2008 debut came in the form of 'Take Off Your Colours' much to the crowds delight.
Returning for their encore of 'Underdog', 'Stay With Me' and 'Bite My Tongue' it's clear that You Me At Six have a packed year ahead and one that they undoubtedly deserve – and with the average band age of 22, it's clear there's much more to come from these boys.