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The Yorkshire-born artist announces sophomore album and Life On Mars tour
Born and raised in Doncaster, YUNGBLUD is the stage name of Dominic Richard Harrison. Inspired by artists such as the Arctic Monkeys, Eminem and The Cure, YUNGBLUD used music to explore his feelings of loneliness and solitude.
In 2018, he released a self-titled EP ahead of his debut album, 21st Century Liability. This collection was the result of his drive to create meaningful music with confrontational and provocative lyrics. Songs like Die For The Hype, Anarchist, Medication and Machine Gun (F**k The NRA) boldly tackled political and social issues.
In October 2019, YUNGBLUD released the underrated youth EP, which debuted at No.6 on the UK albums chart. Imagine Dragons’ frontman Dan Reynolds made a guest appearance on the song original me. Later that year, Die A Little appeared on the soundtrack for the third season of the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. He also collaborated with marshmello and blackbear to release the track Tongue Tied.
His high-octane performances saw Clash Magazine describe YUNGBLUD as “magnetic”, speaking of an “addictive nature that pulls fans closer and closer, demolishing the line between artist and crowd”.
Originally set for 2020, his Occupy The UK tour dates in Nottingham, Glasgow and London were rescheduled for March 2021. He also confirmed appearances to support Biffy Clyro at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park on 25 June 2021 and to perform at the 2021 Reading & Leeds Festival.
On 23 October 2020, YUNGBLUD announced the huge autumn 2021 Life On Mars UK tour, in celebration of his sophomore record WEIRD!, due for release on 4 December 2020.
“These shows are going to be double the energy, double the emotion, double the passion,” said YUNGBLUD of the dates that include a stop at London’s Alexandra Palace and a hometown show at the Doncaster Dome. “These are biggest rooms I’ve ever played so be expecting a spectacle.”
YUNGBLUD’s 2021 Life on Mars UK tour dates:
- 28 September 2021 – O2 Academy Bournemouth
- 29 September 2021 – Plymouth Pavilions
- 1 October 2021 – Alexandra Palace, London
- 4 October 2021 – O2 Academy Bristol
- 5 October 2021 – O2 Academy Bristol
- 7 October 2021 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
- 9 October 2021 – Doncaster Dome
- 12 October 2021 – O2 Academy Newcastle
- 14 October 2021 – O2 Academy Birmingham
- 18 October 2021 – Guild of Students at Mountford Hall, Liverpool
YUNGBLUD has just announced the Life On Mars tour in support of his sophomore album WEIRD! which runs from 28 September – 18 October 2021.
The singer-songwriter is also taking Occupy The UK across the country from 8 – 20 March 2021. Plus, YUNGBLUD is set to support Biffy Clyro at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park on 25 June 2021, and to perform at Reading & Leeds Festival 2021.
YUNGBLUD tickets for his Life On Mars tour go on general sale from 09:00 on Friday 30 October 2020.
Tickets for all other YUNGBLUD tour dates are available now.
YUNGBLUD is taking his Occupy The UK tour to Rock City, Nottingham and Barrowland, Glasgow for a pair of nights, as well as to O2 Forum Kentish Town, London for five nights.
In summer 2021, YUNGBLUD supports Biffy Clyro at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park, and will perform at Reading & Leeds Festival.
In autumn 2021, YUNGBLUD heads out across the UK on his Life On Mars tour stopping in the following cities:
YUNGBLUD is being supported by a variety of acts on his Occupy The UK tour that include NOISY, Wargasm, KennyHoopla and Dylan. Support acts have not yet been announced for YUNGBLUD’s Life On Mars tour.