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YUNGBLUD is debuting a heart-wrenching new music video for “Kill Somebody.”

The video is a visual representation of what anxiety and depression feel like inside his head, according to the songwriter. Watch it below!

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YUNGBLUD’s  “Kill Somebody” is uncomfortable. First, it shows the musician covered in blood in his hands and face. The idea of suicide is also present throughout the video.

The violence is not gratuitous, though. The video is supposed to be a visual depiction of the anxiety and depression he suffers.

“This song is about the darkest place I discovered in my mind. At first it really scared me. But i learned to talk about it,” he explains on Instagram. “For those of you who have felt or feel any type of darkness, know your not alone. Mental health is finally being taken seriously allowing conversations to be had and this song helped me free myself from the weight of it for a while.”

The singer/songwriter also adds that he kept the track stripped back in order not to “cloud the message behind it.”

You can read the post in full below:

 

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this is a visual representation what anxiety and depression feels like inside my head. this song is about the darkest place I discovered in my mind. at first it really scared me. but i learned to talk about it. for those of you who have felt or feel any type of darkness, know your not alone. mental health is finally being taken seriously allowing conversations to be had and this song helped me free myself from the weight of it for a while. i was so excited to keep it really striped back because i didn’t want to cloud the message behind it. i hope you enjoy it! ???? shout out to mr @heyhunt who was integral in bringing this to life ! ???? thankyou to @clashmagazine for premiering (link in story)

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YUNGBLUD tour dates

YUNGBLUD is currently on the worldwide 21st Century Liability Tour that only wraps up in March of 2019.

In addition to playing headline shows in North America with support from Arrested Youth, he will perform on grandson‘s Midterm Massacre: Fright For Your Right. Presented by XX Resistance and Ride Or Cry, the one-night Halloween-themed concert will take place in Downtown L.A. Oct. 30. All ticket sales proceeds will be donated to charity, and Headcount.org will be registering people to vote at the show. Tickets are available here.

You can watch the video for “Kill Somebody” and check out the full list of YUNGBLUD’s tour dates below:

2018 dates

10/16 – Kansas City, MO @ The Record Bar
10/17 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
10/18 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
10/19 – Covington, KY @ Madison Theater
10/21 – Toronto, Canada @ The Drake Hotel
10/23 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott

10/25 – New York, NY @ Baby’s All Right
10/26 – Washington, DC @ DC9
10/27 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
11/11 – Moscow, Russia @ 16 Tons
11/12 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Debaser Strand
11/13 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Lille VEGA
11/17 – Ciudad De Mexico, Mexico @ Corona Capital

2019 dates

01/10 – Paris, France @ La Badaboum
01/12 – Groningen, Netherlands @ VERA
01/13 – The Hague, Netherlands @ Paard
01/14 – Cologne, Germany @ Volta
01/15 – Hamburg, Germany @ Uebel & Gefährlich

01/17 – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Doornroosje
01/18 – Brussels, Belgium @ AB BOX
01/19 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg OZ
01/21 – Berlin, Germany @ Lido
01/22 – Warsaw, Poland @ Hydrozagadka
01/23 – Praha, Czech Republic @ Futurum Music Bar
01/24 – Vienna, Austria @ Arena
01/26 – Zürich, Switzerland @ Dynamo
01/27 – Munich, Germany @ Ampere
01/28 – Milan, Italy @ Dude

03/06 – Dublin, Ireland @ Whelan’s
03/07 – Belfast, UK @ Empire Music Hall
03/09 – Glasgow, UK @ St Luke’s
03/10 – Newcastle, UK @ O2 Academy 2
03/11 – Manchester, UK @ Club Academy
03/12 – Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute 2
03/14 – Brighton, UK @ The Haunt
03/15 – Greater London, UK @ Electric Ballroom
03/16 – Bristol, UK @ Thekla

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