“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.
The new track is out now through Locomotion/Interscope Records.
Of the new song, Yungblud said, "It's about a time in my life where I couldn’t understand the world and I thought this could not be more of a right time to...
Featuring over 100 artists, the digital music festival will benefit COVID-19 relief.
The first episode saw the artist become the number one trend worldwide on Twitter and has had over 600,000 views.
The live-streamed series will feature musicians and entertainers alike to bring the community together.
The "S_ _t’s Weird Keep Calm And Carry On" concert will stream live on YouTube this Monday.
The year's event took place at the O2 Academy Brixton, where it was hosted by Katherine Ryan and Julie Adenuga.
The Swedish star said, "I feel very humbled and honoured to be given this award".
“I’m going to try and play all the acoustic-y kind of songs - it might just be me or me and one of the guys or something like that", Healy said of...
The shows are additional to a series of sold-out London shows at the end of May and beginning of June.