Josh Franceschi Talks Benefit Show For The Ghost Inside
You Me At Six are set to play a very special show at London’s Camden Underworld this Friday to raise money for their friends in The Ghost Inside, who are recovering from their tragic bus crash…
Members of the LA hardcore titans still remain in hospital from injuries they suffered from their horrific bus crash last month, with the rock community coming together to support and raise money for the band.
Doing their part for the band, You Me At Six – longtime friends with The Ghost Inside – are set to play a very special benefit show at the Underworld in Camden on December 11, with all proceeds going to those affected by the accident.
Support on the night comes from Deaf Havana and Your Demise – who have temporarily reformed for the one-off gig.
You Me At Six frontman Josh Franceschi left the following message with us…
“It’s going to be a really special night. We’re just trying to gather as much money as possible to put in the boy’s bank accounts. Stu from Your Demise and I have been driving the whole thing really, calling in favours to try and make it happen. So we’ve got three bands who I don’t think many people would have thought they could see all together in one venue. And especially at The Underworld! I think that is the focal point of why I think it’s going to be a special night.”
“We’re sort of playing our greatest hits, not that we have necessarily a ‘Greatest Hits’ set to play, but more like our interpretation of what that would sound like. So, yeah, I’m sure it’ll be a great night tomorrow night. I’m very much looking forward to it. And you know, even all the people that are coming as guests, no one’s trying to be a dick… everyone wants to know how they can help and donate by doing a whip round at work. And I’ve been like, ‘Fuck yeah! If you can do that and you wanna do that then all that stuff is brilliant!’ It’s gonna be a good night.”
If you didn’t get a ticket to the You Me At Six show but still want to help The Ghost Inside out, you can donate at musicglue.com/tgifundraiser/donate/.
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