YUNGBLUD 2018
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UPDATE: MARCH 5, 2019, 3:31 P.M. EST

As if a slew of new tour North American tour dates isn’t exciting enough, YUNGBLUD is now announcing a new live album.



Titled Live In Atlanta, the album features recordings from his sold out show at Vinyl this past October. The collection includes tracks from his debut full-length 21st Century Liability as well as past EPs. The 12-track live album drops March 22 and is available for preorder now with album-inspired merch available here. Check out tracklisting below.

Live In Atlanta tracklisting

1. “21st Century Liability”
2. “I Love You, Will You Marry Me”
3. “King Charles”
4. “Anarchist”
5. “Psychotic Kids”
6. “Polygraph Eyes”
7. “Medication”
8. “Kill Somebody”
9. “California”
10. “Tin Pan Boy”
11. “Doctor Doctor”
12. “Die For The Hype”

ORIGINAL STORY: MARCH 5, 2019, 1:16 P.M. EST

YUNGBLUD has been plenty busy the last couple of months. From a new song, “Loner” to the most epic of collabs with Halsey and Travis Barker, “11 minutes,” the musician shows no signs of slowing down.

Fresh off the most recent single’s release, YUNGBLUD is now revealing he’s headed back to the states for a string of summer tour dates.

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Deemed the Don’t Wanna Be A Loner tour, YUNGBLUD will hit the U.S. and Canada beginning in early May through July.

Among the dates are performances at Welcome To Rockville (Jacksonville, Florida), Sonic Temple Festival (Columbus, Ohio), Epicenter (Rockingham, North Carolina), Bonanza Campout Music Festival (Herber City, Utah), Firefly Music Festival (Dover, Delaware) and Forecastle Festival (Louisville, Kentucky).

YUNGBLUD is currently out on a U.K. tour. The newly announced U.S. dates presale begins March 6 at 10 a.m. local time on YUNGBLUD’s site, and general on sale begins this Friday at 10 a.m. local time here. Check out a fill list of upcoming shows here.

Support acts haven’t been announced, but you can check out the list of U.S. dates below.

Dates:

05/03 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
05/04 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
05/05 – Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome To Rockville*
05/07 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
05/08 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
05/09 – Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
05/11 – Nashville, TN @ The Cowan
05/12 – Rockingham, NC @ Epicenter Festival*
05/13 – Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
05/15 – New York, NY @ The Bowery Ballroom
05/16 – Cambridge, MA @ Sinclair
05/17 – Asbury Park, NJ @ House of Independents
05/19 – Columbus, OH @ Sonic Temple Festival*
06/14 – Vancouver, BC @ Venue
06/15 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
06/16 – Portland, OR @ Holocene
06/18 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
06/19 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
06/21 – Herber City, UT @ Bonanza Campout Music Festival*
06/23 – Dover, DE @ Firefly Music Festival*
07/05 – Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa Blues Festival*
07/09 – Buffalo, NY @ Rec Room
07/10 – Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room
07/13 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
07/14 – Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival*
*festival date

More on YUNGBLUD, Halsey and Travis Barker’s “11 Minutes”

Last month, Halsey and YUNGBLUD began teasing a truly triple-threat collab with blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. The track dropped shortly after, and the duo surprised fans with a pop-up shop and first live performance hours later.

As if all of that wasn’t exciting enough, next they began teasing us with a music video, and it’s finally here.

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Following the success of Halsey’s chart-topping “Without Me” and YUNGBLUD’s absolutely infectious “Loner,” the duo recruited Barker’s talents for an all encompassing collab, “11 Minutes.”

Melded with Barker’s incomparable drumming, Halsey and YUNGBLUD’s powerful pipes relay a love story ending in self-sabotage.

The song tells the story of a perfect tragedy that reflects modern love within our society,” YUNGBLUD explains. “We are so distracted and focused on what’s next, we can fail to see what is actually in front of us. We don’t realize how much we need something until it’s taken away from us.”

That self-sabotage is quite present in the video, highlighting the couple journeying through the stages of grief in a Groundhog Day or Happy Death Day type of scenario. Barker also appears throughout the clip, which is directed by award-winning filmmaker Colin Tilley.

Tilley previously worked with Halsey on “Without Me” and has also helmed videos for tracks by Machine Gun Kelly (“Stereo”), Skrillex and Vic Mensa (“No Chill”), Kendrick Lamar (“Alright”) and more.

Check out the new video below.

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