Watch You Me At Six’s Poignant Short Film For ‘Mixed Emotions’

You Me At Six have gone all in on their visual for their latest single.

You Me At Six recently announced their new album ‘Truth Decay’ alongside a new song.

That song was ‘Mixed Emotions’, an incredible piece of emotionally rousing brilliance that celebrates the past, present and future of the band brilliantly.

And they have now released a visual accompaniment to it in the form of a short film.

It tells a vital story of a boy turning into a man and doing the things that he wants to do, no matter what the rest of the world may think of them.

It’s a touching tale portrayed brilliantly in a manner that will resonate with so many who watch it.

Vocalisr Josh Franceschi had this to say about it all:

Mixed Emotions (I didn’t know how to tell you what I was going through). That’s what this short film is about.

We wanted to challenge the stigma that surrounds toxic masculinity & why does it plague so many households & so many relationships.

It’s not always easy to tell someone what it is you’re going through, but it is paramount to try. Trying to understand each other’s differences, trying to grow & trying to exhibit more empathy.

Watch it, share it, take better care of each other.

Here it is:

‘Truth Decay’ is set for release on January 27 via Underdog Records / AWAL.

It will also feature ‘No Future? Yeah Right’ with Rou Reynolds:


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