Yungblud 'Weird!': Release date, tracklist, where to stream and all you need to know about rocker's second album
The official cover art and track-list for 'Weird!' was released on September 17 by the singer on social media
British singer and songwriter Yungblud is all set to release a new studio album titled 'Weird!'. The singer's sophomore full-length studio album 'Weird!' was being teased constantly since mid-2019 with the official lead single and title track releasing on April 22, 2020. The title of the album was announced in an August 2020 interview with Z2Comics. In the same interview, Yungblud confirmed that the album would tie into the second book in his graphic novel series, 'The Twisted Tales Of The Ritalin Club'.
The official cover art and track-list for 'Weird!' was released on September 17 by the singer on social media. Here's all you need to know about the upcoming album.
Yungblud's first studio album, titled '21st Century Liability', was released in July 2018 via Locomotion Recordings, Geffen Records and Interscope Records. It featured the promotional singles '21st Century Liability', 'Psychotic Kids', 'California' and proper lead single 'Medication'. In 2019, the track 'Polygraph Eyes', the album's ninth track, was voted into Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2018 at #99.
In 2020, Yungblud was featured on the tracks 'Lemonade' with Denzel Curry and 'Obey' with Bring Me the Horizon.
'Weird!' will drop worldwide on December 4, 2020, via Interscope Records, Locomotion Recordings & Universal Music Group.
'Weird!' consists of 12 tracks which are as follows:
'God Save Me, But Don’t Drown Me Out'
'Ice Cream Man'
'It's quiet in Beverly Hills'
'The Freak Show'
Speaking to Billboard about the track 'God Save Me, But Don’t Drown Me Out', the 22-year-old singer said, "This song is for anybody lying in their bedroom at 4 am wondering why the f**k they’re not good enough. You are good enough in every shape, in every color, in every sexuality, in every single walk of life. Every single person on this planet deserves to be loved, and love in return. That is it. I think if you love as many people as you can and tell the truth, that’s what it means to be free."
The album has been produced by Chris Greatti, Matt Schwartz, Mike Crossey, Omer Fedi, Yungblud and Zakk Cervini.