The band’s drummer, Aaron Stern, recalls the few minutes preceding the blaze: “We were actually mid-argument about releasing new music on our own when the tire initially blew. After we watched the van burn up, we kind of took it as a sign to get our tails in the studio.” You, Me, and Everyone We Know then quickly enlisted the services of producer Josh Cain (of Motion City Soundtrack) and made plans to begin recording in Minneapolis days after ending a tour with the city’s own Sing It Loud. So, the band picked itself back up, made the trek to Minnesota, and began recording an EP they would aptly name, So Young, So Insane.
You, Me, and Everyone We Know continues to draw from similar influences on their latest effort, though the band doesn’t deny growing a little over the last two years. “The core of this band is definitely still here,” says guitarist Noel Milford. “I think no matter kind of feel a song has, you’re definitely going to know it’s us playing it.”
Things are changing for You, Me, and Everyone We Know, with So Young, So Insane set to be released on November 18th, a full U.S. Tour in November and December, and an attitude that anything CAN and WILL happen. In keeping with the “unsigned and just fine” attitude they have come to adopt over the last 2 or so years, You, Me, and Everyone We Know has once again elected to give away their new EP, So Young, So Insane, digitally for a limited time. “The days of ‘needing’ a label are gone for us,” says guitarist Rico Vigil. “If and when we sign, we will look back on this knowing it was the smartest decision we ever made for this band.”
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