After a first tour through Germany, Belgium, Holland and Italy, Jimmy Leen, who would later become a second song writer for Versus You, joined the band on guitar and opening shows for No Use For A Name and the Flatliners, with whom they became fast friends, followed. At the last Flatliners gig, Mike Lahier and Versus You parted ways due to personal differences.
Aloyse Weyler joined Versus You right on time for their first tour trough Eastern Europe and Russia, shows with NOFX, Propagandhi, Only Crime, White Flag and Bayside and their third album which they recorded live with Charel Stoltz right after they came home from tour. This proves how Versus You never really take a break. The album was entitled 'The Mad Ones' (released by Granny Records in collaboration with Fond Of Life Records in 2009), a title that revealed Eric's inspiration by writer Jack Kerouac and still remains a perfect description for the band. After a second tour through Eastern Europe and Russia and countless shows (among them Rock-A-Field again), Aloyse too leaves Versus You without a drummer.
A new drummer was found with Jerry Kirpach, who had been a friend of the band and promised to break Versus You's curse and stay with them. Versus You recorded a new single called 'This War Is Like A Drug To You!' and six more songs for a split record with White Flag. That year shows with Alkaline Trio, Strike Anywhere, Dead To Me, Dear Landlord and Star Fucking Hipsters followed.
After a huge amount of shows for their quite short existence, three albums, an EP and a split record, Versus You still doesn't show any sign of slowing down any time soon.
In 2011 they shared the stage with bands like Adolescents, Mike Herrera from MXPX, Dead To Me, The Casualties, Rise Against and went on a European Tour with White Flag.
In 2012 Versus You were selected out of more than 500 bands to play the Groezrock Festival. They also recorded a new digital single entitled ‘Happy Yet?!’ with long-time producer Charel Stoltz and recorded their new album in Sweden with producer Chips Kiesbye, who has already worked with Millencolin and The Hellacopters among others.
In early 2013, Jimmy leaves the band and is replaced by Giordano’s younger brother Dario Bruno. Shows with Strung Out, Black Flag, The Manix and Jimmy Eat World follow.
They were lucky enough to play with the following bands: NOFX, Alkaline Trio, No Use For A Name, Propagandhi, Rise Against, Dead To Me, The Flatliners, Dear Landlord, Forgetters, Nothington, Anti-Flag, White Flag, Star Fucking Hipsters, Strike Anywhere, Bayside, Only Crime, The Unseen, Adolescents, The Casualties, MXPX, Strung Out, Black Flag, Jupiter Jones, The Manix, Jimmy Eat World...
And lucky enough to play the following festivals: Groezrock (B), Rock-A-Field (L), Zvera Festival (LV)