Stay with Me (You Me at Six song)

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"Stay with Me"
Stay with Me (You Me at Six song).jpg
Single by You Me at Six
from the album Hold Me Down
Released 5 September 2010[1]
Recorded 2009
Genre Alternative rock, pop punk
Length 3:12 (album/single version)
3:00 (UK commercial radio edit)
Label Virgin, Epitaph
Writer(s) Josh Franceschi
Producer(s) Matt O'Grady, John Mitchell
You Me at Six singles chronology
"Liquid Confidence (Nothing to Lose)"
"Stay with Me"
"Rescue Me"

"Stay with Me" is the fourth single by the British rock band You Me at Six, taken from their second studio album, Hold Me Down. The single was released as a digital download on 5 September 2010, with the CD single released the following day on 6 September. The very beginning of the song is edited in a radio version of the song.

Music video[edit]

The video is directed by Frank Borin, and shows the band playing in a forest in Chatsworth, California.

Track listing[edit]

Digital download [1]
No. Title Length
1. "Stay With Me" 3:18
2. "Stay With Me" (Acoustic Version) 3:18
3. "Starry Eyed" (Ellie Goulding cover) 2:29

Chart performance[edit]

"Stay With Me" entered the UK Rock Chart on 1 August 2010 at number 37, where it remained for two consecutive weeks. In its third week on the chart, the single rose to number 32 before climbing to number 21 on 22 August 2010. On its fifth week on the chart the single climbed to number 12 and to number 7 on 5 September 2010. On its official release, the single climbed five places to a peak of number 2, behind Linkin Park's "The Catalyst".

The single entered the UK Singles Chart on 5 September 2010 at number 175 before climbing to number 52 upon release the following week. This is the band's fourth most successful single and its sixth Top 100 hit; the third single from Hold Me Down.

Chart (2010) Peak
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[2] 52
UK Rock (Official Charts Company)[3] 2


  1. ^ a b Archived from the original on August 28, 2010. Retrieved August 24, 2010.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "Archive Chart: 2010-09-18" UK Singles Chart.
  3. ^ "2010-09-11 Top 40 Rock & Metal Singles Archive". Official Charts. 11 September 2010. Retrieved 9 September 2012.