The fast-rising artist's new album will be released on November 13.
The superstar rapper will take the stage at the Polish event on June 30 next year.
The twin festivals will return between August 27-29 2021 and will feature six headliners and, for the first time, two main stages.
The hard-driving track marks Yungblud’s latest in a flurry of collaborative singles.
The song also appears on the 'Madden NFL 21 Soundtrack' alongside 18 never-before-heard songs.
Released last night, a letter co-signed by hundreds of UK artists, managers, producers and record labels calls for the end of racism and intolerance.
Billie Eilish, The Weeknd, and Taylor Swift are also up for multiple moon man statues.
The four-night ‘Lolla2020’ event promises a jam-packed line-up of new and archival performances, plus in-depth conversations with a variety of tastemakers.
Directed by Christian Breslauer, the new visual stars Yungblud, his band, and L.A.-based singer/songwriter Jesse Jo Stark.
Revealing the imminent new release on social media, the artist said, “It’s time to step out of the 21st century."
“Here are the new dates for the UK shows … I can’t wait to be with you all. I’m countin down the minutes…all tickets still valid!”
‘Weird Times at Quarry Banks University’ will continue the adventures of the Ritalin Club.
All proceeds from the latest episode will be going to Black Lives Matter.
This year's event is a virtual festival. BBC Radio 1 and the world’s biggest artists will be joining fans remotely while they stay at home.
Directed by the artist and Tom Pallant, the video was shot with minimal production by a three-person crew, all of whom are quarantining together.