YUNGBLUD - Memories (Official Music Video) Ft. WILLOW \/\/TOP\\\\
Throughout the video, Yungblud and Willow explore their memories together on a graffiti-scrawled tube, their apartment and a bed, all while dressed to the nines. Honestly, it's a feast for the senses.
YUNGBLUD - Memories (Official Music Video) ft. WILLOW
YUNGBLUD and WILLOW have released a new collaborative single, "Memories." This track is accompanied by a music video and follows YUNGBLUD's "The Funeral" featuring Ozzy Osbourne.
YUNGBLUD and WILLOW have released a new collaborative single, \"Memories.\" This track is accompanied by a music video and follows YUNGBLUD's \"The Funeral\" featuring Ozzy Osbourne.
In December 2021, YUNGBLUD and WILLOW shared on their socials that they were in the studio together working on a collaboration. On 26 April, YUNGBLUD and WILLOW, posted to their social media, hinting at something coming 6 May. On 6 May 2022, Memories was released. YUNGBLUD explained that the song is about letting go of past traumas you may have experienced and voicing them to the world. "scream this song in to the world, shed the pain, turn it into something positive, something beautiful and share the burden with each other. you only lose when you stop getting up." Twitch streamer, Valkyrae, featured in the music video.
Besides a brand new song, the two also dropped a brand new music video which is an amazing visual masterpiece where you can see them both in a subway full of graffiti and other places who look pretty abandoned.
English singer Yungblud has released three studio albums, one live album, six EPs, twenty-seven singles (including one as featured artist), and twenty-two music videos. His second studio album, Weird!, and his self-titled third album both reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. Weird! is Gold in the United Kingdom.
No wonder Mick Jagger and Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath's frontman, who appears in Yungblud's 2022 video The Funeral) see the 25-year-old Yorkshire native as the new wunderkind of rock. And that the music scene is snapping him up, from Willow Smith to singer-rapper Machine Gun Kelly, rapper Denzel Curry and drummer Travis Barker. In two albums, 21st Century Liability (2018) and Weird! (2020), Dominic Harrison has displayed a knack for catchy tunes and a (clever) mix of genres (rock, punk, power pop, hip-hop, ska). Influenced by artists such as Oasis, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Arctic Monkeys, Eminem, The Cure (which he sampled on his new single, Tissues) and The Clash, he appeals to pop and punk fans alike. His mission? "To embrace the strange," the iconoclastic artist proclaims. For him, imperfection is perfection. 041b061a72