Harrison performing at Rock am Ring in 2018
|Born||5 August 1998|
|Origin||Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England|
Yungblud has expressed himself through his music as a "socially conscious artist unafraid of delivering genre-bending protest songs."  His song "I Love You, Will You Marry Me" describes the true story of a man named Jason who proposed to a woman named Clare Middleton through graffiti on Park Hill that ended up being heavily commercialized and profited by apartment owners, but the woman died, and the man is homeless.
His grandfather performed with T. Rex in the 1970s. Yungblud dropped out of school aged 16, beginning his music career in London. His singles began attracting popularity in 2017, when his style was described as "the spitfire suburban poetry of younger Arctic Monkeys and Jamie T, fused with a healthy touch of ska and hip-hop spirit". Yungblud collaborated with Charlotte Lawrence for the song "Falling Skies", which is featured on the season two soundtrack of 13 Reasons Why and has announced a debut album to be released on July 6th.
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions|
|21st Century Liability||97||8||126|
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"King Charles"||2017||--||Yungblud and Runaways (Original Soundtrack)|
|"I Love You, Will You Marry Me"||26||Yungblud and 21st Century Liability|
|"Tin Pan Boy"||--||Yungblud and 13 Reasons Why: Season 2 (Music from the Original TV Series)|
|"Polygraph Eyes"||2018||--||Yungblud and 21st Century Liability|
|"21st Century Liability"||--||21st Century Liability|
|"Falling Skies" (featuring Charlotte Lawrence)||2018||13 Reasons Why: Season 2 (Music from the Original TV Series)|
|2016||The Lodge||Oz||6 episodes|
Just from an early age I listened to Green Day and The Clash, and I still do, but I went on to love The Beatles and T. Rex as well as Bob Dylan -- his songwriting is just incredible. Those bands just really inspired me.-- Dominic Harrison (Yungblud)