You Me At Six Banned From Naming Album After Orgasm
Record label bosses didn't see the funny side when the band were keen on French slag for an orgasm as their album title.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011 02:54 pm
You Me At Six wanted to name their new album after an orgasm - but record label bosses wouldn't allow it.
Speaking to Kerrang (via NME), frontman Josh Franceschi explained why the slang term 'Little Death' was denied as their album title:
"This is me talking to the dude upstairs and telling him we're not getting along right now. The title, though, isn't about death at all. The French call an orgasm a little death, so we wanted to call the album that. The label said no, so it's a song title instead."
He went on to talk about another new song, "The Dilemma", which details his promiscuous lifestyle. "I was single and I had about three girls on the go at the same time", he said. "It's so upbeat it almost needs a burlesque video to go with it."
The album will instead be titled "Sinners Never Sleep", due for release on October 3. Their first single "Loverboy" will be released today, August 11.
The band also confirmed guest spots from Bring Me The Horizon's Oli Sykes on the track "bite My Tongue", and Parkway Drive singer Winston McCall on "Time Is Money".