‘I LOVE YOU, WILL YOU MARRY ME’ CONFIRMED FOR AUSTRALIAN PROMOTIONAL TOUR IN NOVEMBER!
“…poised to go stratospheric. We might have seen the future, and it looks like Yungblud” – NME
“Yungblud scores a stone cold banger right out of the gate” – THE LINE OF BEST FIT
“a prescient call for young people to raise their voices during this period of political tumult…Killer” – CLASH MAGAZINE
“start expecting big things from this Northern newcomer. We’re certain we’ve not seen the last of him…” – WONDERLAND MAGAZINE
Yungblud today announces his first-ever trip to Australia to promote his single ‘I Love You, Will You Marry Me’, arriving in Australia November 13th and including a secret show at an undisclosed location in Sydney.
The 19 year old, Yorkshire-born artist weaves a corrupt, modern-day love story with his new single, inspired by a corrupt modern-day love story between a young couple from the north of England.
“It’s a twisted fairytale about two young people in love that got completely fucked over…” says Yungblud, speaking on the track. “His graffiti proposal overlooks the entire city, which ended in her death and was lit up as an ‘iconic piece of art’ overlooking Sheffield. He was left with nothing.”
Yungblud has created his own unique blend of alternative rock: poetry, crunching guitar-hooks and energetic break beats – all brought together with his own fierce determination to make a serious dent in pop-culture.
Quickly becoming renowned for his explosive live performances, 2017 has already seen him perform numerous shows and festivals across Europe and the US, including sets at Communion’s monthly Notting Hill Arts Club night, a slot at LA’s famous “School Night”, as well as acclaimed festival performances at The Great Escape, Lowlands Festival in Holland and Reeperbahn, Hamburg.
With his foot firmly on the accelerator towards superstardom, Yungblud will play another run of UK shows this Autumn for Propaganda. The UK’s biggest indie rock club night were blown away discovering Yungblud at The Great Escape, and as a result have asked him to headline a string of dates up and down the country later this year.