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You Me At Six 2024

You Me At Six Announce Break-Up After 20 Years

In 2025, You Me At Six’s long-standing career will come to a close, after 20 years of being a band. The band revealed the news earlier this week via socials, sharing that they will be playing shows in this year and the next before hanging it up for good, similar to what Sum 41 have announced not too long ago.

“When we started YMAS we were kids. We only ever wanted longevity, to travel and to experience life as a group of friends. We feel like on the eve of our 20th anniversary as a band, now is a good time to call time. We’re in a fortunate position where our fans still want to see us live and come celebrate the life of this band. So that is what we will do for 2024 and 2025. We can’t wait to see our fans on the road.“

Luckily, You Me At Six will be quite active in the coming months, with a slew of shows taking place to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Cavalier Youth. In May, the band will be headlining Slam Dunk Festival in the UK. For more information regarding YMAS’ touring schedule, check their website right here.

With the announcement comes a small video showing snippets of the band throughout the years. The video, simply titled Time (2005-2025), can be checked out below.

Are you hoping to see You Me At Six at least one more time live before they’re calling it quits? Let us know via social media.

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You Me At Six Announce Upcoming Live EP, Release Live Version Of ‘Deep Cuts’

Exciting news for You Me At Six fans!

The band has announced the upcoming release of their latest live EP, Truth Decay – Live From Alexandra Palace. Recorded during their UK headline tour, the EP captures the raw energy and talent of their performances.

Preorder the EP now to secure your copy and get a taste of what’s to come with the live version of Deep Cuts.

The album will be released on the 18th of August.

Following their successful album Truth Decay, which reached No. 4 on the UK chart, the band is all set to hit the main stage at the Reading & Leeds Festival. Get ready for an immersive live experience from You Me At Six!

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You Me At Six @ Melkweg Amsterdam

CONCERT REVIEW: You Me At Six And The Hunna Co-Headline In Amazing Amsterdam Show

You Me At Six were in the Netherlands last night! They’re on a tour where they’re co-headlining with The Hunna. They released a new album in the middle of this tour to make it a bit more interesting. Their album Truth Decay released on February 10th. They brought Yours Truly with them to open for them. It was their first show in the Netherlands.

Yours Truly are a band all the way from Australia. They formed in 2017 and have only 1 album. That didn’t stop them from giving a great performance though. Lead singer Mikaila Delgado was all over the stage the entire concert. You could really feel the emotion that she has in her music and she expressed that in her own amazing way. The music was great overall too, the only issue being that you could barely hear the vocals. This didn’t stop the fun luckily, the bigger part interacted with the band and sang along with the songs. Check out the pictures below!

Next up was The Hunna, their last time here was only two years ago. A huge part of the crowd already knew them and knew their music. There was something they did as one of the best in my opinion. Their energy. Their energy was absolutely amazing, especially that from front man Ryan Potter. He jumped all over stage, interacted with both guitarists a lot and even jumped on the drum kit once around the end of the set. This was all accompanied by amazing music. Check them out on your preferred streaming service if you can! Check out the pictures below!

Last but not least were You Me At Six. They started relatively late for a concert but they didn’t have a long setlist either. Only sixteen songs in the entire set including the four song long encore. Front man Josh Franceschi explained later semi-jokingly that the set consisted of three acts. The first act didn’t have a name but the second act got a name. “Mosh pit.” Even though this wasn’t the first mosh pit, it was the moment where more pits started to form. The first pit already started at the first song. None of the pits lasted for longer than a minute sadly.

You Me At Six was quite stiff at the start but Josh started to dance some more. Think Tyler Joseph from Twenty One Pilots but less impulsive and more actual dancing. He also made a quick joke about plagiarism after they played Reckless. This joke stems from the fact that they had to give the song a different name a bunch of time because other artists had songs that had the name they wanted to pick. Ultimately they chose to just call it Reckless.

Overall I’d highly recommend going to see either of these three bands live. They were all amazing in their own way and you’ll love their music if you’re already a fan of more alt rock music. There weren’t a lot of downsides to their performances and they all give their unique twists to this genre. Check out the pictures we took there below!

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ALBUM REVIEW: You Me At Six – ‘Truth Decay’

No one does it better: Long live the Kings of emo.

You Me At Six first released their debut album Take Off Your Colours in 2008, 15 years and 7 albums later their 8th record Truth Decay is finally being released into the world February 10th.

The British music scene has changed a lot over the last decade and a half; it’s seen bands come and go, break up and it’s been host to a long list of reunion tours. Some bands, stand the test of time. Thankfully, YMAS are the latter. Despite their last record SUCKAPUNCH, reaching number one in the UK, it could have easily been the last album they would create together. Instead of a breakup though, a new era begins.

Truth Decay is simultaneously a classic You Me At Six album whilst also reintroducing themselves and establishing who they are now. This album encapsulates everything their fans fell in love with albums ago, whilst giving us all a reason to fall in love all over again. They sound like the best, most authentic version of themselves.

So far, they’ve released a handful of singles off the record. Deep Cuts came first, the track that sparked so much excitement, a love song for your friends, dedicated to the people you love going through it and wanting better for them. Mixed Emotions (I Didn’t Know How To Tell You What I was Going Through), is powerful, honest and almost too relatable. Openly discussing mental health issues, the impact the band had on them collectively, individually and everything they have survived together.

Breakdown, offers something completely different. If you ever wanted a high-energy, emo-rap-rock track which showcases another area of Josh’s vocal talents, this one is for you. The pace changes again going straight into Traumatic Iconic, this album keeps you engaged start to finish, and although this track is short in length, it’s huge in impact.

The revival of emo music is something that has driven YMAS forward with Truth Decay, knowing it’s something they can do better than most, heartLESS is proof of why this is such an exciting comeback. It’s a dance track for emo kids, with lyrics that are going to make for unreal singalongs it’s no wonder this has instantly made it onto their setlist.

No Future? Yeah Right, featuring Rou Reynolds from Enter Shikari, is one of the heavier, higher energy tracks on the album. It’s instantly catchy and hearing Josh and Rou sing alongside each other, is so good that you can’t help but wish Rou featured a little more on the track.

This album is proof of how brilliant they are instrumentally as well as vocally; drums, guitar, bass, and vocals all have their standout moments on the record, but it’s a testament to how well they work together as a collective. Love In The After Hours, Who Needs Revenge When I’ve Got Ellen Rae and :mydopamine: really showcase their instrumental abilities.

The album ends on another collaboration, A Love Letter To Those Who Feel Lost, featuring Cody Frost, who recently collaborated with Enter Shikari. Although they’re ending the album on a slower number, Cody’s contribution to the track ensures that it’s still a strong finish to the album.

Truth Decay is You Me At Six reclaiming what’s theirs, but it’s also a brand new chapter. For the last few years it has seemed like they have sometimes been a little lost, but You Me At Six are back where they should be and the future of this band is so exciting.

The boys are currently on tour across the UK in support of the new record. With most shows sold out, be sure to grab tickets to remaining shows if you want to hear some of these new tracks live for the first time. Truth Decay is out this Friday, pre order the album here.