Gang Of Youths have dropped a new single, ‘the man himself’

The track finds frontman Dave Le’aupepe meditating on the loss of his father.

Gang Of Youths have followed up their recent ‘total serene’ EP with another brand new single, ‘the man himself’.

The track finds frontman Dave Le’aupepe meditating on the loss of his father. Speaking on the subject matter, he explains: “If I ever have kids I’m not really sure how to raise them without my dad helping me out.”

The band produced the track themselves in their own studio space in Hackney. Over the next couple of months, they’ll play a quartet of sold out headline shows in Nottingham, Glasgow, Brighton and Bristol, interspersed with a stint supporting Sam Fender on his sold out dates in Newcastle, London, Leeds and Cardiff. You can find the full details after the jump below.

NOVEMBER 2021
15 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (SOLD OUT HEADLINE SHOW)
18 Newcastle, Utilita Arena (with Sam Fender)
20 London, Alexandra Palace (with Sam Fender)
21 London, Alexandra Palace (with Sam Fender)
23rd – Glasgow, SWG3 Studio Warehouse (SOLD OUT HEADLINE SHOW)
24 Leeds, First Direct Arena (with Sam Fender)
25 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (with Sam Fender)
29 Brighton, Old Market Theatre (SOLD OUT HEADLINE SHOW)
30 Bristol, Trinity (SOLD OUT HEADLINE SHOW)

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