Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are the guest stars in the video for the new Yungblud single. “The Funeral”. The striking new clip begins with a scene featuring Ozzy standing behind a raised coffin in which Yungblud is lying, and we see the Prince Of Darkness looking around and saying: “Hang on, is this a f_ing funeral? Where the f_k is everybody?”
“The Funeral” marks Yungblud’s first new music since last year’s “Fleabag” single. Dominic Harrison, began teasing the new song last Saturday (March 5), when he shared an image of a handwritten message “To whom this may concern. For those I let down I’m sorry, for those who let me down, f_k you but I forgive you. You are cordially and graciously invited to my funeral.” You can watch the video for ‘The Funeral’ below.
As an artist and songwriter, Yungblud lives to stir up the raw energy of rebellion. With his frenetic take on alt-pop equally inspired by punk, hip-hop, and U.K. garage, Yungblud makes brilliant use of his breakneck flow and tongue-in-cheek attitude, delivering pointed lyrics without ever getting heavy-handed.
Born in Yorkshire, Harrison first picked up a guitar at age two and began writing his own songs when he was ten. At 16 he moved to London, then spent the next few years struggling to define his musical vision. But after reconnecting with the firebrand artists that first compelled him to make music — The Clash, Arctic Monkeys, N.W.A. — he felt unstoppably inspired. That inspiration lead to the eventual release of his 2017 debut, “King Charles”.
Since then, Yungblud has created his own blend of alternative rock: poetry, guitar-hooks and break-beats with a fierce determination to make a dent in pop-culture. Startlingly bold yet emotionally grounded, he drops a grenade on listeners and imprints himself in their minds.