Young Fathers Reveal New Single 'Toy'

With just nine days to go until the release of their third studio album, Young Fathers have today released 'Toy', the latest track to be taken from the record.

Following on from 'Lord' and 'In My View', 'Toy' is a further glimpse of what's to come from their forthcoming album, Cocoa Sugar.

Released in full on 9th March, Cocoa Sugar has been described by Mojo as “an avant-pop masterclass” and Q Magazine said, “Cocoa Sugar finds Young Fathers at a fascinating juncture: opening up, moving forward, but still existing in a sonic hall-of-mirrors all of their own”.

The group are on tour through Europe during March and April and will be supporting Massive Attack on their dates at The Eden Project.

Young Fathers Live 2018   

20/03/18 - O2 Institute 2, Birmingham, UK

21/03/18 - Roundhouse, London, UK

22/03/18 - Trinity Centre, Bristol, UK [SOLD OUT]

23/03/18 - O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK

24/03/18 - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow, UK [SOLD OUT]

28/03/18 - Academy, Dublin, UK

06/04/18 - AB Box, Brussels, Belgium

07/04/18 - Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands

09/04/18 - Columbia Theatre, Berlin, Germany

10/04/18 - MeetFactory o.p.s, Prague, Czech Republic [SOLD OUT]

11/04/18 - Rote Fabrik, Zurich, Switzerland

12/04/18 - La Badaboum, Paris, France

25/05/18 - All Points East, London

26/05/18 - BBC Biggest Weekend Festival, Belfast

15/06/18 - Maikmarkt-Gelande, Mannheim, Germany

15/06/18 - The Eden Project, St Austell, UK (with Massive Attack) [SOLD OUT]

16/06/18 - The Eden Project, St Austell, UK (with Massive Attack) [SOLD OUT]

12/07/18 -  Mad Cool Festival 2018, Madrid, Spain

14/07/18 -  Bbk 2018 Bilbao, Spain

30/08/18 -  Electric Fields, Drumlanrig Castle, Thornhill

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