Posts tagged "Young Fathers"

Review: Young Fathers Shake a Leg, Point Fingers on ‘White Men Are Black Men Too’

Boy, is that the album title of the year. Not just for of its popping-off-the-page provocation, the way it grabs you and makes you laugh…
By: Andrew Unterberger / April 10, 2015

Young Fathers Race Through the ‘Shame’ in New Video

Young Fathers have unveiled their new video for "Shame" taken from their new album, White Men Are Black Men Too. Directed by Jeremy Cole, the…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 9, 2015

Young Fathers Express ‘Shame’ on Brand-New Track

Following "Rain or Shine," Young Fathers have unveiled another new track from their forthcoming album, White Men Are Black Men Too. Titled "Shame," the cut combine…
By: Rachel Brodsky / March 11, 2015

‘Rain or Shine,’ Young Fathers Were Gonna Release This New Single

The Mercury Prize-winning trio Young Fathers dropped the first single from White Men Are Black Men Too, the curiously named follow-up to their acclaimed album, Dead. The new…
By: James Grebey / February 3, 2015

Q&A: Young Fathers on Their Mercury Prize Win and (Already!) Returning to the Studio

For the past couple of years, Edinburgh trio Young Fathers have been releasing short, exciting records that straddle some of the same territory as early…
By: Dan Weiss / November 3, 2014

Scottish Rappers Young Fathers Beat Damon Albarn, FKA Twigs for Mercury Prize

Last night, Afro-Scottish art-rappers Young Fathers took home this year's prestigious Mercury Prize, beating out such high-profile acts as FKA Twigs, Damon Albarn, and Royal Blood…
By: Brennan Carley / October 30, 2014

Young Fathers Wage ‘War’ on Haunting Soul-Rap Single

We've been following Young Fathers ever since the Afro-Scottish rap/psych/pop trio began to make waves Stateside: from their darkly shamanistic TAPE ONE (see: videos for…
By: Chris Martins / December 11, 2013

Young Fathers Burn Art-Rap to the Ground on ‘Effigy’

Thus far, everything we've heard from Young Fathers has hailed from the Afro-Scottish soul-rap posse's formative released. TAPE ONE delivered the reggae-infused "Romance" and the percussive rhyme-fest "Sister," while…
By: Chris Martins / August 1, 2013

Young Fathers Play Out Crucifixion Fantasy on Spooky ‘Mr. Martyr’ Single

Afro-Scottish art-rap posse Young Fathers are inching ever closer to the release date of their second (nearly full-length) EP, TAPE TWO, which means more ghostly soul-po…
By: Chris Martins / May 31, 2013

Watch Young Fathers’ Darkly Enigmatic ‘I Heard’ Video

Earlier this month, SPIN debuted "I Heard," a gorgeously taut slab of soul-rap penned by Scotland's Young Fathers. The Edinburgh trio are prepping the sequel to their…
By: Chris Martins / April 24, 2013
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