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Yungblud Announces Self-Titled Third Studio Album

Internationally acclaimed, multiple award-winning British musician Yungblud has confirmed a third studio album is on its way. The self-titled full length, Yungblud, will see its global release on September 2 via Locomotion/Geffen Records.

The announcement was made this morning via a livestream where the 24-year-old Doncaster-born trailblazer received a tattoo on his ribcage from one of the world’s most sought-after artists, Emily Malice. The livestream commanded viewers from all over the world and marks an exciting new era for the groundbreaking artist.

Rarely does an artist come along such as Yungblud, who has undeniably become Gen-Z’s rock n’ roll poster child. Fearlessly advocating for the weirdos, freaks and the marginalized in the world, from the ground up, he has amassed legions of dedicated fans from all over the world, who flock to his sold-out shows each night and scream every word to his songs as if their lives depend on it. With co-signs from rock legends such as Mick Jagger, Ozzy Osbourne, Steve Jones and Dave Grohl, Yungblud’s trajectory is looking brighter and more exciting than ever.

Currently, on his sold-out Life On Mars European tour, before heading to Australia, New Zealand, and Japan this summer, Yungblud will return to North American shores this fall for select dates as well as festival appearances at Austin City Limits, Louder Than Life, Riot Fest, and Firefly Music Festival. Check out the full list of tour dates here

Earlier this month, Yungblud released his latest single “Memories” featuring Willow. The track, which surpassed 1 million streams in its first week, was accompanied by an official music video directed by Colin Tilley (watch below).

Speaking about the track, Yungblud revealed: “This song is about letting go of past traumas you may have experienced and voicing them to the world. There’s something freeing about turning painful memories from your past into lessons for your future - I want people to scream this song out and it's been cathartic. It’s about coming together and shedding pain, turning it into positive energy and sharing the burden with each other.”

In March, Yungblud released “The Funeral” alongside a music video featuring Ozzy & Sharon Osbourne. “The Funeral” has accumulated more than 14.8 million combined video and global streams and continues to grow. He performed the song on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden (watch below).

Pre-order/add/save Yungblud here.

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