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You Me At Six’s mobile social platform reaches half a million fans

UK pop-punk quintet You Me At Six launched their very own mobile social platform at the end of last year – You Me At Six: Mobile Backstage – and their super-charged fans have flocked to the community with over half a million checking it out already!


Says the band’s Josh Frencheschi: “It’s incredible to have so many passionate and dedicated fans who we’re able to keep in close contact with. We couldn’t be happier with our fans’ involvement!”

The Mobile Backstage app creates a direct link between the band and their fans, allowing them to follow You Me At Six around the world, share videos, pictures, audio and text with other fans and the band, receive updates directly from You Me At Six, get info about local gigs, and much more. The app is fully integrated with Facebook and Twitter – check it out and download here or click on the image below.


You Me At Six are currently recording the third album, due to be released by Virgin Records later this year. Ahead of that they have just released this brilliant single, a collaboration with Parlophone’s Chiddy Bang, ‘Rescue Me’. Check it out right here:

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