Tragedy can spilt a band apart but it can also bring a group closer together. The British five-piece alt-rockers You Me at Six have been through their fair share of tragedy but have used their loss to evolve their sound. Sinners Never Sleep takes the success of albums past and builds a new foundation of maturity to a band this young. As cliché as it might sound, the guys are all grown up. Concert halls swell at the sounds of You Me at Six for good reason. Each brilliant song cast upon the crowd is followed by a sea of vocals while the fans recite every track word for word as if they were in church.

You Me at Six

Sinners Never Sleep