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Yungblud performed in Brazil, at Lollapalooza, in March 2023, with a skirt, a Brazil shirt and black lipstick. Dominic Richard Harrison is the real name of the British artist who is relatively new to the music industry. Yungblud emerged in 2018 in Doncaster, England, with a somewhat punk rock.


Yungblud, in March, at Lollapalooza Brasil. (Photo: Reproduction/Multishow)


Nowadays, the artist usually moves between various musical styles, as in the case of rock alternative, from pop punk It's from hip hop alternative, in relation to their last albums Weird (2021) and YUNGBLUD (2022).

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In an interview with Rolling Stone Brazilhe said he was getting a lot of inspiration from songs new wave which he likes and exemplified with artists such as Billy Idol, The Cure and Joy Division. Furthermore, he stated that this is what happened with the records YUNGBLUD It is Weirdbut, on top of that, he also plays other instruments, something that influenced the songs.

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With soft high notes that contrast with his hoarse voice and almost shouted words, the British artist took young Brazilians to participate in the circles punks at the Lollapaloozacaptivating and winning over the audience with his stage presence and charisma, as well as, of course, talent.


Yungblud, in Sao Paulo, during show at the Lollapalooza of the current year 2023. (Photo: Reproduction/Fábio Tito/G1)


In an interview before the show at the Lolla, Yungblud also stated that all of us (Brazilians) have incredible energy and unity and that he couldn't wait to meet us and also to feel all of us. He also said that this is what he wants in a show and that's the idea of ​​a small show, being closer to people. Furthermore, he said that he had already been told that he should play in bigger shows, where he replied that it was not his first time.

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However, the 25-year-old artist says he doesn't feel like he belongs to the generation of bands indie as The 1975 It is Arctic monkeysaccording to what he said in an interview with Rolling Stone from UK.

According to him, the majority of his fans are part of Generation Z, being a different audience from the aforementioned bands. He stated in this interview that when he looks at bands like The 1975 It is Arctic monkeyshe can see that this is a different generation than his, and that, when they speak and sing, these bands bring a certain depth to their lyrics, whereas in his case he prefers to be on the ground rather than carry all this immensity.

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Although the musician doesn't relate much to these songs, he greatly respects and admires other artists. “I love Matty Healy, I love Alex Turner, but I don't connect with them like I used to. They're older, and everything is very serious.”

When he was questioned by Rolling Stone Brazil about the real reason he feels he is so different from musicians among other generations, he stated that: “What I mean is that we speak louder. Our generation is loud as hell. But I like the Arctic Monkeys and The 1975, The Car (recent Arctic Monkeys album) was my favorite last year.”

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Furthermore, Yungblud also revealed that he is preparing a heavier album that returns more to his roots. “The next album should surprise everyone, it will be heavier, I can guarantee it.”

Featured photo: Yungblud in concert. Reproduction/Instagram

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