English rockers You Me At Six have dropped a high-octane new single ahead of their run of U.S. tour dates. “No Future? Yeah Right” will be included on the band’s eighth studio album which is due in 2023 on Rise Records.
The new album Truth Decay follows 2021’s SUCKAPUNCH which hit #1 in the UK. The new single “No Future? Yeah Right” features special guest Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari on vocals. The song encourages listeners to stand up for themselves and features a soaring powerful chorus that’ll drag you in. You Me At Six vocalist Josh Franceschi had this to say about the new material.
Sometimes we find ourselves under the spell of others’ insecurities & if you let people hurt you, they will. Nothing is more disappointing than discovering someone’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.-Josh Franceschi (vocals)
Getting to Know You Me At Six
The band features frontman Josh Franceschi on vocals with Matt Barnes on bass. Chris Miller (lead) and Max Helyer (rhythm) play guitar while Dan Flint holds it down on drums. They formed in 2004 and have released seven studio albums to date.
They’ve performed on the Warped Tour and toured with bands like 30 Seconds To Mars, All Time Low, and Fall Out Boy.
Much of their tour with Japanese rock band One OK Rock is sold out but there are still tickets available for select shows. Kicking off September 19th in Austin, Texas they’ll make stops in cities like Atlanta, Boston, and Seattle before wrapping things up with a sold-out show in Los Angeles on October 20th.
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