One of the most successful bands to emerge from the UK in recent years,Â You Me At Six, today release a brand new single titledÂ No Future? Yeah RightÂ viaÂ Underdog Records / AWAL Recordings.
Complete with a soaring, defiant chorus, the track – featuringÂ Rou ReynoldsÂ ofÂ Enter ShikariÂ – is an anthemic ode to taking a stand for yourself.
â€œNo Future? Yeah Right is a song that focuses in on breaking the chain of a negative cycle,â€Â vocalistÂ Josh FranceschiÂ adds.Â â€œSometimes we find ourselves under the spell of othersâ€™ insecurities & if you let people hurt you, they will. Nothing is more disappointing than discovering someoneâ€™s true colours and them being dark. Getting our long time friend Rou to lend his skills to our angst and defiance made the song that much more profound.â€
The release ofÂ No Future? Yeah RightÂ follows the near frenzy of excitement reached by fans after the band confirmed the release of their 8th studio record,Â â€˜Truth Decayâ€™, along with a UK wide tour in 2023. Â
You Me At SixÂ are masters of their genre, representing pop rock & emo on a global level, with two UK Number 1 albums including 2021â€™sÂ â€˜SUKAPUNCHâ€™Â and a further 4 Top 10 Records. They have amassed over half a billion streams across platforms, have graced the covers of global magazines and have had 18 singles onÂ BBC Radio OneÂ playlist alone; well and truly proving their mainstream appeal.
The band recently celebrated the 10 year anniversary of their milestone UK Gold certified album,Â â€˜Sinners Never Sleepâ€™Â – the newly packaged UK album released alongside two very special sold-out shows.
Most recent single Deep Cuts was the bandâ€™s first release since 2021 UK Top 1 album â€˜SUCKAPUNCHâ€™, which saw the band deliverÂ “their most radical record to dateâ€Â according toÂ The Sun, with theÂ Sunday Times CultureÂ adding,Â “some of their hardest rock is here, but the stand-out is the gorgeous Glasgow, a break-up ballad until it explodesâ€.
Having secured a spot add on triple j, and turning heads from NME who stated “Itâ€™s rare for a rock record to feel this excitingâ€, the albumâ€™s title track was hailed as one of the bandâ€™s boldest artistic statements to date with its anthemic amalgamation of electronica and rock.
With a busy year ahead and a new album coming in 2023,Â You Me At SixÂ can safely enjoy their status as one of the biggest and most prolific British bands of the 21st Century.
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