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Play The Hits: You Me At Six

Posted on Monday 10th June 2024 at 16:00

Jimi Arundell

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Jimi Arundell

Play The Hits - You Me At Six

All good things must come to an end and premier post-hardcore and melodic pop-punk band You Me At Six have stated that their upcoming tour will be their last. These final headline shows see the band say goodbye to their fans after releasing eight studio albums, including their gold-selling records Take Off Your Colours, Hold Me Down, Sinners Never Sleep and their No. 1 hit Cavalier Youth.

The band also topped the charts with Suckapunch in 2021 and released their latest Top 10 offering Truth Decay just last year. The group enjoys the support of a dedicated following across Europe and in the US who will want to give the Best British Band Kerrang! Award winners a huge send-off later this year.

You Me At Six have just announced extra dates at Rock City and Octagon Centre due to popular demand which go on sale with Gigantic Tickets at 09:00 Wednesday 12th June. CLICK HERE to set your event reminder.

“We want to celebrate this with as many of our fans as possible. We’ve put in the work for two decades and I want this band to be remembered for being one of the good ones that came in, did their f*cking thing, and f*cked off before they got kicked out.” – Josh Franceschi

Join us as we celebrate this bittersweet moment to enjoy some of You Me At Six's greatest hits for one final time.

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"Save It for the Bedroom"

"Save It for the Bedroom" was the very first You Me At Six single, introducing the world to their unique take on pop-punk way back in 2007.

The accompanying video is a cheeky mick take of the controversial Jeremy Kyle chat show. It features the fresh-faced band at the very beginning of their career, including singer Josh Franceschi, taking on various guises.


The release of “Underdog” was a true breakthrough moment for You Me At Six back in 2010. Whilst it only just scraped into the Top 50, this fan favourite as heard on the second album Hold Me Down has since reached silver certification and is played at almost every gig. 

"Stay with Me"

Hold Me Down was the first You Me At Six album to break the Top 10 which also featured on the powerfully emotional anthem "Stay with Me”. The band would recruit Paramore’s Hayley Williams for a stunning live duet at Reading Festival 2010, and the momentum generated by “Underdog” plus the album saw "Stay with Me" peak at No. 2 in the Rock Charts.

“Bite My Tongue”

“Bite My Tongue” saw the Weybridge band enlist the one and only Oli Sykes of Bring Me the Horizon fame for guest vocals. The introspective song is a warning against complacency, as Josh Franceschi explains; "This is me saying to the other four, 'You're not always as great as you think you are. Nor am I.' Musically, this is us at our heaviest and angriest, and Oli Sykes has a unique voice for that."

“Lived A Lie”

You Me At Six slowed down the pace on the radio-friendly single “Lived A Lie” before building to an epic release of passion. The bright and upbeat melodies saw the tune rocket to the top of the iTunes chart and the lead single pushed Cavalier Youth to become their first No. 1 album.

"No Future? Yeah Right"

"No Future? Yeah Right" is taken from what will now be You Me At Six’s final album Truth Decay. The intense lead single saw the group team up with Enter Shikari vocalist Rou Reynolds as they try to find a way to break out of a negative downward spiral.

“Sometimes we find ourselves under the spell of others’ insecurities and if you let people hurt you, they will. Nothing is more disappointing than discovering someone’s true colours and them being dark.”

“Getting our longtime friend Rou to lend his skills to our angst and defiance made the song that much more profound.” – Josh Franceschi


The final You Me At Six tour will be a landmark moment in rock history. Don’t miss out, set your event reminder with Gigantic and look forward to seeing the awesome band leave the stage at their peak.

📆 Tour Dates:

You Me At Six tickets are released at 09:00 Wednesday 12th June.  


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