Y-O-U has rocketed to the top of the Atlanta rock scene on the strength of their energetic live show, a category-defying sound, and a breath of freshness that belongs in a fabric softener commercial. In a little more than a year, Y-O-U has rocked Music Midtown 2003, the ASCAP Showcase at the Atlantis Music Conference, and the 99X Big Rock Concert (opening for Hoobastank and Black Eyed Peas.) The songs of Y-O-U come to fruition on stage. No pretension, no artifice - but plenty of 'rock star' charisma. Music this original is rarely this catchy, and Y-O-U's versatile appeal has allowed them to share the stage with Kings of Leon, Rooney, Trances Arc, and Bain Mattox. The rare combination of a band that receives critical acclaim and has widespread popularity, Y-O-U refuses to take anything too seriously. They counter big showcases at the Cotton Club and Smith's Olde Bar with unannounced appearances as Prussian immigrants playing computer music on five keyboards. This quirky sense of humor has led to a collaboration with lightning-hot web cartoonists the Brothers Chaps on a new album of songs from homestarrunner.com. With a self-titled album of their own already drawing rave reviews from critics and fans alike, Y-O-U is ready to warp to level eleven. Whatever that means. Thank Y-O-U for rocking.