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You Me At Six bring the Stand For Something Tour to a memorable close

The band were joined by Dead! for their chaotic tiny show at Camden’s Dingwalls.

Over the last four years, the Dr. Martens Stand For Something Tour has prided itself upon taking all manner of artists and hosting them in intimate venues all over the country, giving fans a chance to see their favourite bands up close and personal. Yet, it’s tonight’s show - the final gig of the 2016 leg - that’s really the tour’s crowning jewel so far. This evening, the mighty You Me At Six - a band who eighteen months ago were playing arenas and headlining festivals - are set to play to a teensy, packed-out Dingwalls in the middle of Camden. Unsurprisingly, the excitement is palpable.

Tonight, there are queues snaking around the block and through into Camden’s market stalls, even when our openers take to the stage. First up, newcomers Dead! provide an impressive start to the night. Their offerings come tinged with punk tendencies and there’s a youthful dose of attitude injected through their rock offerings. With the stage decked out with somewhat eery table lamps, they also show off a flare of the dramatic, which is best channelled through frontman Alex Mountford, who spends most of their set whipping the crowd into a frenzy. A refreshing new talent within the rock scene, the four-piece are certainly worth keeping an eye on.

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Tags: You Me At Six, News, #SFSTOUR16, , Stand For Something

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