You Me At Six fly the British flag at Leeds
Radio-friendly stars break up the American invasion
Gavin McInally - 28 August 2010
Fresh from the Warped Tour in America the Surrey quintet declared it's great to be back on home soil before treating
fans to the likes of 'Finders Keepers' 'Stay With Me' and 'Kiss and Tell' on the Main Stage.
Taking the baton from All Time Low before passing it to rap-metallers Limp Bizkit, the rockers did their best not to be overwhelmed by the occasion.
Singer Josh Franceschi said: "I don't want to sound like a 14-year-old boy again but it's an honour to share a stage with Blink 182."
Leeds Festival 2010 continues with sets from Blink 182, Klaxons and many more.