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The Song is "about embracing the parts you hate about yourself," he explains.
"I have those days where I wake up and I've got a knot in my stomach and I look in The Mirror and I hate what I see.
"But you have to remember, your biggest superpower is to be completely, unconditionally, unapologetically yourself. "
And if being unapologetically yourself is a superpower, then Yungblud is an alt-rock Iron Man: Resourceful, idealistic, borderline manic and very, very loud.
We catch up with him first thing in The Morning , as His tour bus makes the 436-mile journey between Kansas City and Minneapolis, where he's sold out The Infamous First Avenue club, that was the Focal Point of Prince's Purple Rain movie.
It's a long, long way from the working class town of Doncaster, where Yungblud was born Dominic Harrison in 1997.
"Six or seven years ago, Donny was a lot more toxically masculine, a lot more industrial, a lot more baggy, and people just didn't understand where my head was at," he explains.
As luck would have it, His dad's guitar shop was based in Soho, so Dom got a job there (he had to apply like anyone else) and began taking lessons from store manager, Shane Gilliver.
"He'd just hang around, constantly playing guitar," remembers Shane. "So I showed him a few things, gave him a few lessons and he just ran with it.
"Very quickly, he was writing songs with the little that he knew. And the more he knew, the more he wrote. "A teenage Yungblud busks outside His father's guitar shop in Soho
Initially, Dominic was groomed for a career as a cookie cutter pop star. After scoring a role in the Disney TV series The Lodge , The Singer spent "a year fluttering my eyelashes trying to be a b-rate Shawn Mendes " until His guitar tutor intervened.
"He looked at me and said, 'Screw what's going on around you, you write what you want to write, and you sing what you want to sing,'" recalls Dom.
And so Yungblud was born.
Dom's teen idol tresses were traded for an unruly shock of jet-black hair, smudges of eyeliner and figure-hugging dresses (he says he's "" about His sexuality).
Reflecting His ADHD, The Music became a hyperactive mash-up of emo, rock, hip-hop and ska, while His lyrics became more direct, tackling subjects like sexual assault, corporate greed, depression and anxiety.After a sold-out US tour, The Star looks set for big things in 2020
"I've had pretty severe depression, and just listening to him and knowing I'm not alone, and that other people Feel how I Feel - it just helps me to get through what I'm feeling and start to Feel better. "
"He's The Voice of our generation," agrees Laura Raucci, who created a "His song against harassment and sexual violence, Polygraph Eyes, changed My Life and helped me Get Out of a bad time in My Life .
"You're always moving, you're having fun constantly, it's incredible," says Kati. "I've made a lot of friends through Dom. "
"If you look at My Generation , The One common denominator is the drive, The Passion and The Fight for unity," he says. "We are not bratty kids fighting for attention. We are intelligent and understand what we want. "
"I was literally like, 'What? I used to have a poster of you in my Room - and I'd hide cigarettes behind it,'" he laughs. "This is just ridiculous. "Yungblud says the new EP was recorded in an LA studio where "the microphone cost More Than my rent"
"We were stood side-by-side, with two mics in the studio, just going completely off," The Singer recalls. "And I was looking at him going, 'I saw you at the Leeds Festival five years ago. What on earth is going on?' And that spurred the energy on that track. "
But The Most surprising moment on the EP is its closing track, Waiting For The Weekend, a sombre, reflective ballad about unrequited love, that was co-written with Shane Gilliver and recorded in a single take (in an LA studio "with a mic that cost More Than my rent," he observes).
"It really means a lot to me, that song," says Yungblud , "it's just a moment you can get completely lost in. "
It's a tender moment that illustrates Yungblud 's ambition and musical potential; hinting there's more to him than the "bratty kid" he's been portrayed as.
"People are still trying to figure me out, so I wanted this EP to grab you by the scruff of the neck and say, 'come 'ere, listen to me,'" he says.
"I wanted people to be like, 'What is this? What is going on? What is he about to do?'
"With me, I never want to be predictable. If people know what I'm going to do next, then I'm completely shafted. "
Yungblud 's Underrated Youth EP will be released on Friday, 18 October.
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