News: You Me At Six announces breakup and 2025 world tour

You Me At Six has announced their break-up through a poignant video titled “Time (2005-2025).”

The Weybridge-based band, comprised of Josh Franceschi, Max Helyer, Matt Barnes, Chris Miller, and Dan Flint, has confirmed a worldwide tour that will conclude in 2025, marking their twentieth anniversary.

Josh Franceschi stated in a release that everything is okay, and they simply believe it’s the right time for it to end:

“When we started YMAS we were kids. We only ever wanted longevity, to travel and to experience life as a group of friends. We feel like on the eve of our 20th anniversary as a band, now is a good time to call time. We’re in a fortunate position where our fans still want to see us live and come celebrate the life of this band. So that is what we will do for 2024 and 2025. We can’t wait to see our fans on the road.”


Watch the farewell video of You Me At Six, “Time (2005-2025):”

For now, the band has not yet revealed any of these farewell shows for the upcoming year. Nevertheless, they have planned a series of concerts in February across the UK to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the album “Cavalier Youth,” before headlining the Slam Dunk Festival in May.

The band has established a website called “Sixers For Life” where you can sign up and stay updated on the latest news regarding their upcoming world tour.

Follow You Me At Six on TwitterInstagram, and TikTok for future updates.

Photo courtesy of Brennan Bucannan

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