He informed Rock Sound journal: “We really feel we now have completed that with ‘SUCKAPUNCH’. It hits all the precise notes, says all of the issues we need to say within the precise approach we need to say them and finds us expressing ourselves unapologetically.
“I feel that is an insane factor for us to have the ability to do on our seventh report. We’re actually like a brotherhood, although.
“We have had one another’s backs on a enterprise and emotional degree for 15 years. We have formed one another’s lives and this report has helped us to mix into these new variations of ourselves.
“It helped us to be f****** fearless.”
Josh, 30, additionally thought of the way in which the band continues to evolve, and identified their purpose of “proving a distinct dialog” about You Me At Six, which is accomplished by Max Helyer, Chris Miller, Matt Barnes and Dan Flint.
He defined: “The explanations that songs stand teh check of time and there are songs that we’ll nonetheless sing alongside to on the prime of our lungs in a nightclub or bar or at a present is since you’ve lived in that story your self together with the band.
“The dialog at all times needed to be, ‘If we aren’t doing one thing that is frightening a distinct dialog about our band with our music, then we now have to cease.
“In any other case, we can be these dudes of their late 30s taking part in music that might have been written once they had been 19. What is the level?”