GCN has teamed up with the mega-talented Yungblud to give our lovely readers a chance to see him live in concert this June – just enter the competition below and you could be the lucky winner of a pair of tickets!
The pop-punk sensation will be returning to Dublin to take the stage at the 3Arena on Friday, June 10, to add some edginess to our Pride season. He makes his highly anticipated return to Ireland shortly after his recent collaboration with American singer-songwriter, Willow, perhaps best known for Whip My Hair.
The talented and political duo, both known for activism as well as their music, released their single Memories together in early May. We were lucky enough to catch up with Yungblud, who told us how that partnership unfolded.
“I think Willow’s amazing, I think she’s like a breath of fresh air,” he says from a hotel room in Poland. “We were always like, liking each other’s [content] on social media and it was just about time, really. And we got in the studio and Memories just came out, like that,” he snaps his fingers with a grin. “It was a bit of a home run I think!
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He also confesses that when it comes to his tours and his busy life on the road, Yungblud doesn’t make much time for self-care. “And it’ll probably bite me in the ass one day,” he admits. “But I think what keeps me going and what kind of gives me my energy that people know me for is just, like, the connection with the community and what’s happening right now.”
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You can watch the full interview below or on GCNtv to learn more about Yungblud’s on-tour adventures, his memorable moments and what he really thinks about coming back to Ireland.
To be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Yungblud perform live in Dublin at the 3Arena on June 10, just answer this question:
What is the name of the recent track that Yungblud and Willow collaborated on?
Entries close on 8 June 2022.
This competition is now closed, please visit our Competitions page for more.
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