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The Brit Award nominee, whose album “Weird” topped the UK album charts, was joined on stage for an encore by the London Community Gospel Choir and the acclaimed graphic designer Aries Moross, for a special three-way collaboration on the single “Mars”.
I’ve loved every minute of performing for my fans over the last few weeks
The 24-year-old singer, known for his post-emo sound and provocative stage presence, played to 1,000 lucky fans in total at the intimate gig.
He performed a seven-song set, featuring “Parents”, album title track “Weird!” and brand-new single “Fleabag”.
The concert was put on to launch the new z flip and z fold Samsung phones, with the show’s design taking inspiration from the new handsets which allows three apps to run simultaneously on the same main screen.
Post-show, Yungblud said: “I’ve loved every minute of performing for my fans over the last few weeks, man.
“After such a long time out from playing live, to be part of this Samsung experience that brings three different amazing acts together has been wild.
“Collaborating with Aries Moross, a personal hero of mine, who’s pushing the boundaries of sexuality and gender, and the London Community Gospel Choir on a song that means so much to me was something I’ll remember for a really long time.”
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