November 11, 2021, 13:53 | Updated: November 11, 2021, 13:55
The group confirmed their single Tend The Garden, shared details of their new album and confirmed their intention to run it.
bunch of young people announced a new album and single while sharing details of a 2022 tour.
The Australian group – which consists of David Le’aupepe (vocals, guitar), Max Dunn (bass guitar), Jung kim (solo guitar, keyboards), Donnie Borzestowski (battery), and Tom hobden – will release Angel in real time, scheduled for release on February 25, 2022.
From the recording, which is the first since 2017 Go Lightly Father, come Stretch the garden, which is a tribute to Le’aupepe’s father and sees the group take another interesting direction.
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Speaking of their next record, Youth gang say, “The album is about the life and legacy of Dave’s father, native identity, death, grief and God. And also the Angel, Islington.”
The leader The aupepe says, “I hope the record will remain as a monument to the man my father was and will remain so long after I’m gone.” He deserved it. “
Angel in Realtime is available for pre-order here.
View Gang of Youth’s Angel tracklist in real time:
- you in all
- following your leave
- the angel of 8th avenue.
- take care of the garden
- the kingdom is in you
- spirit boy
- the man himself
- God’s hand
- goal of the century
Gang Of Youths have also announced tour dates for the UK and Europe in 2022.
Fans who pre-order the album will have access to a pre-sale, which opens Wednesday, November 17 at 9am GMT.
Tickets will then go on general sale starting Friday, November 19 at 9 a.m.
See the dates of Gang of Youths 2022 in UK and Ireland:
- March 3 – Ireland, Dublin, Button Factory
- March 5 – United Kingdom, Newcastle, Riverside
- March 6 – UK, Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
- March 8 – UK, Leeds, Beckett University
- March 9 – UK, Bristol, O2 Academy
- March 12 – UK, Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
- March 13 – United Kingdom, Manchester, Albert Hall
- March 15 – UK, London, O2 Academy Brixton
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