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:
And ‘DEEP CUTS’: