YUNGBLUD Energizes at Final Date of 21st Century Liability U.S. Tour in Philadelphia

YUNGBLUD brought his sold out 21st Century Liability Tour to Philadelphia’s Boot and Saddle on Broad Street for an evening of talent, energy, and some tunes that will soon dominate radio stations worldwide. Touring in support of his successful debut studio album, 21st Century Liability, released via Locomotion/Interscope Records on July 6th, 2018. Bringing along special guests, Arrested Youth, who opened up the evening with an amazing performance, thanking Yungblud for allowing them to support him on this tour run and for taking them on their first ever tour.

Hundreds of fans lined up hours in advance of Yungblud’s performance in Philadelphia, dressed in their finest hot pink and black in some form rather it be socks, shirts, etc, those who were not wearing hot pink were most likely wearing some of Yungblud’s very unique merch or a Black Hearts Club hoodie. Anxiously awaiting his final performance on the U.S. leg of his 21st Century Liability Tour in Philadelphia at Boot and Saddle, which sold out weeks, if not months in advance of the show.

Launching his set with the title track to his debut studio album, and the title track to the tour “21st Century Liability,” which immediately got the party started with a massive sing-a-long as Yungblud ran about the stage interacting or singing directly with fans on the front row. Continuing to showcase his highly successful debut album, 21st Century Liability, performing the entire album throughout his nearly 2 hour performance full of energy, talent, and excitement. Highlights of Yungblud’s set would definitely include his live performances of “Anarchist,” as fans went crazy during that song specifically but also during his encore performance of “Die For Hype” in which fans took over the stage during the chorus.

Yungblud’s music is very unique but the perfect blend of emotion-filled poetic lyrics with explosive anthemic chorus’s and catchy melodies. The emotion behind the songs shine vibrantly during his live performance as he allows his emotions to flow during his captivating live show even in a boot as he heals from injury Dom (Yungblud) still gave the crowd an impeccable show using every ounce of energy he had to give the crowd a fiery performance. He brings an arena sized show to more intimate stage but is well deserving is much bigger stages as his music touches many and is very catchy and is going to be stuck in your head for weeks if not months after you listen to it. Within his emotion-filled lyrics he tackles the struggles of depression, anxiety and shines a light on a topic that needs to be talked about more to help those that think they are struggling alone, you are never alone everyone struggles from different problems and Yungblud allows his fans to know that he was in that place before.

Yungblud even showed the fans the love he had for them meeting, signing, and taking photos with each and every fan in attendance after his fierce set. We highly recommend you checking out a Yungblud show if you have not done so yet as he is a force to be reckoned with and destined to be a star on much bigger stages in no time.

Check out our exclusive photos of Yungblud’s show in Philadelphia Courtesy of Andrew Wendowski for Interscope Records:

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