Posts Tagged ‘You Had Me At Hello’

ALBUM: You Had Me At Hello – Spirals

Release Date: June 9th, 2014
Label: Unsigned
Website: www.youhadmeathello.org.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/yhmah
Twitter: www.twitter.com/yhmahofficial

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The recent resurgence of pop-punk has been quite evident for all to see. With such notable examples as The Story So Far playing the main stage at Reading/Leeds Festival and The Wonder Years‘ recent record clocking in at number 20 on the Billboard 200, it’s fair to say that the scene has significant success under its belt. So, what can West Yorkshire’s own You Had Me At Hello contribute to the scene with their debut record? Well, to be honest, not a lot.

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VIDEO: You Had Me At Hello! – Echoes (Lyric)

British pop-rockers You Had Me At Hello! have just unveiled a lyric video for their brand new single, ‘Echoes’, taken from their debut album, ‘Spirals’. You can watch and sing along to it below:

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NEWS: You Had Me At Hello confirm details of their debut album, ‘Spirals’!

Yorkshire based pop-punks You Had Me At Hello have confirmed details surrounding their debut studio album, ‘Spirals’, which is set for release on June 9th 2014. You can view the artwork and tracklisting below:

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NEWS: Manhattan Coast confirm headline UK tour for December 2013!

Welsh up-and-comers Manhattan Coast are set to head out on headline tour across the UK next month, with support from Yorkshire’s You Had Me At Hello throughout. You can see all dates of the tour detailed below:

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EP: You Had Me At Hello – Take It Off…

Release Date: June 4th, 2012
Label: Unsigned
Website: None available
Facebook: www.facebook.com/yhmah
Twitter: None available

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Wait for it, is this another band trying to make themselves into the 21st century Blink-182? You Had Me At Hello are a four piece pop-punk band from Yorkshire. From the off on their new EP release, ‘Take It Off…’, you can hear their childhood heroes have an endless influence on the music they produce. However, samey guitars and twangy riffs just make this another generic pop-punk effort.

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