British alternative rockers You Me At Six have gotten the jump on the NFL’s possible “pay-to-play” policy for the Super Bowl XLIX in 2015. The NFL is considering this new policy, and names like Coldplay, Rihanna, and Katy Perry have all been tossed into the ring. Oddly enough, You Me At Six recently played BBC 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow and Coldplay and Katy Perry were also on the bill. Before the NFL has made an official decision, You Me At Six have taken initiative and made a bid to play the 2015 Halftime Show.

Dear NFL:

We’re sorry to hear that you’re in such dire financial straits. While Coldplay and Rihanna mull your offer, we’re here to help with a multi-tiered proposal:

 1.      For $2 Million: We get to play the upcoming halftime show.

 2.      For $10 Million, one of us gets to quarterback a set of downs for the team of our choosing.

3.      For $40 Million, the Super Bowl will be played with English football rules, where you must use your feet, and an actual ball.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts once you’ve had a chance to review.  We welcome any of the Super Bowl committee to attend one of our upcoming American concerts. Our tour kicks off September 15th at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA.


 You Me At Six (Josh, Dan, Max Chris, Matt)

You Me At Six are one of the fastest-rising alternative rock bands in the world. Their latest effort Cavalier Youth debuted at #1 on the UK Albums Chart and the UK Rock & Metal Albums Chart. It charted at #22 on Billboard Alternative Albums in the U.S. On their last European tour, the band sold out Wembley Arena in the UK. This past spring, the band garnered the award for Best British Band at the Kerrang! Awards. Throughout their career, three of the bands albums have been certified gold and they have amassed over 20 million YouTube/Vevo views. Their current single “Room to Breathe” is currently making it’s rounds on rock radio. The band are set to kick off a North American Headlining Tour on September 15 at The Troubador in Los Angeles, CA. – by Matt Bishop


9/15 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour
9/17 – Pomona, CA – Glasshouse
9/18 – Oakland, CA – Metro Opera
9/19 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
9/20 – Vancouver, BC – Rio Theatre
9/21 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
9/22 – Spokane, WA – The Hop
9/24 – Denver, CO – Summit
9/26 – Dallas, TX – Door
9/27 – Austin, TX – Red 7 (Matinee)
9/28 – Houston, TX – Warehouse
9/30 – Orlando, FL – Firestone
10/1 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution
10/2 – Tampa, FL – State Theatre
10/3 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
10/4 – Nashville, TN – Rockettown
10/5 – St. Louis, MO – Fubar
10/7 – Minneapolis, MN – Garage
10/8 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues
10/9 – Detroit, MI – Shelter
10/10 – Grand Rapids, MI – Stache
10/11 – Cleveland, OH – Agora
10/13 – Toronto,ON – Phoenix
10/15 – Montreal – La Tulipe
10/16 – Boston, MA – Paradise
10/17 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA
10/18   Washington, DC – 9:30 Club (Early Show)
10/19 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
10/23 – Syracuse, NY – Lost Horizon
10/24 – Buffalo, NY – Waiting Room
10/25 – Albany, NY – Upstate Music Hall
10/26 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland
10/28 – Pittsburgh, PA – Altar Bar
10/29 – Columbus, OH – Basement
10/30 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts
11/1 – Milwaukee, WI – Rave
11/2 – Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre


About Matt Bishop

Welcome to the Revival of rock 'n' roll music. The way you used to hear rock, see rock, and feel rock is going to be shattered into a million pieces, reassembled, and revived. Dive into the realm of rock with interviews, concert coverage, and breaking news that make the music seem real again - in your ears, in your mind, and right in front of your very eyes. You'll feel the cool steel of the guitar strings and the smooth wood grain of the drum sticks right in your hands, all with the echoes of reverb in your head. This is the way rock was supposed to be experienced. Welcome to the Revival of rock 'n' roll music.
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