Cavalier Youth

Cavalier Youth is the fourth studio album by English rock band You Me at Six. The album was released on 27 January 2014 through major label BMG. The first single, “Lived a Lie” was released in September 2013. This was followed up by the second single “Fresh Start Fever” which was released with a music video in December. The album debuted on the UK album chart at number one giving the band their top album in the same chart. The album has received positive reviews from critics.

2014 studio album by You Me at Six
Cavalier Youth
Studio album by

Released 27 January 2014
Recorded July–August 2013
Studio NRG, La Casita
Genre Alternative rock, pop rock
Length 41:10
Label BMG
Producer Neal Avron
You Me at Six chronology
Sinners Never Sleep
Cavalier Youth
Night People
Singles from Cavalier Youth
  1. Lived a Lie
    Released: 2 September 2013
  2. Fresh Start Fever
    Released: 3 December 2013
  3. “Room to Breathe”
    Released: 18 March 2014
  4. “Cold Night”
    Released: 27 April 2014
  5. “Forgive and Forget”
    Released: 9 December 2014

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In January 2012, vocalist Josh Franceschi said that he and guitarist Max Helyer had been writing new material, but estimated that they would not be working on another album for at least a year.[1] In March, the band released “The Swarm” as single. Helyer revealed that while they were recording it, they also worked on ideas for new songs.[2] Following a headlining show at Wembley arena in December,[3] the band parted ways with their record label Virgin Records and their management.[4] In February 2013, they began working on Cavalier Youth.[5] They spent five weeks doing pre-production at The Doghouse Studio in Henley-on-Thames.[4] The following month, the group were writing their new album[6] at The Boathouse in Henley-on-Thames, which was owned by a friend of theirs. They wrote a portion of the album here over two–three weeks.[7]

In April and May, the band supported Pierce the Veil and All Time Low in North America on the Spring Fever tour.[8] The group compiled a wish list of producers, popular and obscure, that they loved.[9] and met with some of them while on the Spring Fever tour. One of these producers being Neal Avron.[7] Avron stood out to the band out of all the ones they met as he seemed to understand the group the most.[9] Further pre-production took place in June[10] with Avron.[11] They felt at ease with him present when playing and discussing the songs. Avron had the band pick three–four acts from any genre that they thought were enjoyable and felt they could take inspiration from.[7] They subsequently picked him as producer for the next album[7] due to being comfortable and the previous albums he’s worked on.[12]

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