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Watch You Me At Six perform Glasgow with a 30-piece orchestra at Abbey Road Studios

You Me At Six hit London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios with an orchestra in tow to perform a stunning rendition of SUCKAPUNCH track Glasgow.

You Me At Six have shared a stunning new performance of Glasgow with Amazon Music.

The Surrey gang took to London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios with a 30-piece orchestra to play SUCKAPUNCHs powerful and emotional track Glasgow, with frontman Josh Franceschi stating of the performance: Recording a rendition of Glasgow with an orchestra at the historic Abbey Road Studios was a collective career goal. It was truly special to take a song written in my basement, recording it in Thailand and then performing it live in Abbey Road Studios.”

Read this: Now Hear This: Josh Franceschi on the best new pop-punk, indie and rap-rock

Speaking to Kerrang! about the track in our Cover Story, Josh explained that Glasgow is a really raw, vulnerable song about accepting something that’s out of your hands. When somebody else no longer feels the same way about you as you do about them there’s not too much you can do about it, and you can either grow to resent that person, or grow to accept and respect how they feel and move on.

I hadn’t really written too many songs about that sort of thing before, so I think it kind of fell out of me.”

Watch You Me At Six performing Glasgow at Abbey Road Studios below:

Posted on February 19th 2021, 12:20p.m.
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