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Original version (french version below)

WWPY!: In just a few months, you went from playing a free gig a few streets away from here to a very sold-out show today! How does it feel?
Dominic Harrison (YUNGBLUD): Yes! It was wild and I’m so excited about tonight, it’s our first proper show in Paris and it’s sold out!
WWPY!: How would you explain your growing success and most importantly, what does it change to have such a well-received album out in the wild?
Dom: Oh yeah it’s been crazy like, everywhere is sold out untill April. And we haven’t even announced the shows after that yet. Do you know what I mean? It’s like every show we’ve announced is sold out.
WWPY!: It’s so sick!
Dom: And we just can’t believe it, I don’t know man, it was so incredible to see the growth last year but we want to take it up to a next level this year, you know what I mean? The growth was amazing and to meet as many people was amazing but we just want more now we just want bigger shows, bigger lights, bigger production, more people to meet because we’re just loving it! And I would say the reason why everyone is saying we’re growing up so quickly is because we are genuinely talking about real shit. And we genuinely care about the people outside you know, I wanna write music that genuinely mean something like there is a lot of music out there rightnow that is just like stale and boring as fuck! Music that it’s about nothing and has got as much charisma as that bottle of water and I think that has got to change you know and music has got to mean something again!

WWPY!: We couldn’t agree more! So that album is called 21 Century Liability. Damn it’s really hard to pronounce for a French person actually…
Dom: Yeah I know I’m sorry *laughs*, I need to take some consideration for that next time…
WWPY!: Haha, anyway, as 20 years-olds this album hits really close to home. Why did you choose this particular song to represent your album?
Dom: Just because it reflects what I am and what I was perceived to be by older people all my life. I was like… All my life I felt very fucking misunderstood because of the way I was and I didn’t understand it because all I had ever been was me. And people never seemed to like that, from an older perspective, just because I was always opinionated or I wanted to talk about what was going on in my head and I think it kinda represents what is going on in my scale now, you know what I mean? Mental health is finally being taken seriously by our generation whereas the generation before was like ‘Yeah you’ll be okay, do what you want’ whereas now it’s a different thing and people see us as 21st century liabilities when we’re not actually liabilities! If you listen to what we’re saying you might actually learn something because our generation is very fucking smart.
WWPY!: And how is it related to the album artwork? What does being tied up represent?
Dom: Because I felt fucking suffocated all my life; I felt like my ideas were suffocating all my life. I feel like right now we are so fucking intelligent, our generation, and we can genuinely see a future we wanna be a part of. A future of equality, a future of fucking peace and shit man! Like no matter who you are, black, white, gay, straight, trans. Any-fucking-thing, you deserve to be the way you are! You know what I’m saying? That has been suffocated by an older generation who were blinded by a cataracts of all the ideologies holding us back from getting to that place you know.

WWPY!: It’s funny that you talk about the future because your album starts with a title called Eulogy where you speak about your own death, the death of Yungblud. Does death feel like a very important theme for people of our age? Like we often so casually say ‘Oh I just wanna die mate…’
Dom: It genuinely is! We have the internet now, so we see so much death around us in the world and therefore part of our intelligence as a younger generation is to realize that before, they (the government) could censor what we would see. If fucking twenty thousands kids in Paris were pissed off and wanted to wallk outside the government building, the press would be able to totally swipe that aside if they wanted to but nowadays with twitter and everything, they can’t! Anybody can post their opinion of the world and we grow up seeing deaths in every fucking country of the world, that is how we grew up. We see everything. So instantaneously I’m seeing all these deaths and the causes of it; unnecessary funding in the war and in my country you can put fucking 20 million quid into building a new fucking war shit but I can’t go to university for free. That fucking doesn’t add up to me, in some countries you can’t fucking go to the doctors for free but you can put money to fucking building warships and bombing the middle east, you know, this does not make sense to me! With ideas like that, suicide is a genuine epidemic right now because people ain’t taking it seriously. If you look at me and my guitar player Adam; we genuinely suffer from mental health and we found music and we find each other to confide in and to talk about it. Most people don’t have that because there’s not a support system that’s around for that. Suicide and mental health is much of an epidemic as cancer genuinely is and it’s like for young people, people don’t understand that and that’s why it’s so amazing to have this community because I feel like they are there for me as well as I am there for them. It’s not just me shouting down a microphone and they’re listening to me, no! I ain’t got all the answers at all by fucking no means, I just know what I think and I love hearing what they think too and the next album is about them, it’s about the stories I’ve heard and it’s about the fucking people I’ve spoke to. Oh, you’re looking at each other.
WWPY!: Yeah because we share a lot of these ideas, we really agree with everything you say. It makes sense to us! All of your songs are very smart like you only write about important topics. Which one do you think is the most important song you’ve released if you had to chose one?
Dom:  Oh fuck me… I think… oh shit… I think Polygraph Eyes is very important man.
WWPY!: Yeah, we thought you might say this one.
Dom: I decided to write that song because It just happens far too much and is seen as normal. This ‘lad mentality’ is so vastly accepted worldwide and no one says fuck all about it in music and I didn’t wanna write it from a stand point of me being a male or me being ‘I’m the fucking savior’ it’s like nah fuck that I’m just writing about what I’ve seen, i’m just writing about how fucking ashamed I am in a society I grew up in where this lad mentality was seen to be right. If I was on a night out when I was 14 years old and I would see something like that happen I wouldn’t do anything about it until I moved out of the city and grew up and saw the world through my own eyes, that my parents didn’t teach me, you know what I mean when you grow up and think ‘my parents are fucking nuts’ because they grew up on older and different ideologies and when we’re fucking old my kids are probably gonna think ‘My parents are fucking nuts’ and the thing about it is like… I needed to write this song to raise awareness about it. This needs to be talked about it. If it’s seen, it needs to be stopped man and yeah with all my songs I write about what comes on in my head.
WWPY!: We’ve been discussing this song and thought that this is honestly the only song about rape and sexual assault written by a white male that is unproblematic. I listent to it and i’m like ‘Yes thank you!’ and i’m not like ‘Shut the fuck up man you don’t know what you’re talking about’ It’s rare.
Dom: Because there is so much fucking misogynistic music out there right now, I hate it! It’s misogynistic, materialistic bollocks. And all I want to do as an artist is provide some truths.
WWPY!: Yeah.. well it’s a great song.

WWPY!: In I Love You, Will You Marry Me you repeat the sentence “Park Hill romance”. To my French ears it doesn’t ring any bell. Could you explain what you mean by this expression?
Dom: So basically the song is about a council estate, I don’t know how you call it? It’s a government funded housing like let’s say you can’t afford a house so the government helps you out.
WWPY!: Oh a HLM!
Dom: Oh is it called a HLM? Cool next time I talk about this I’ll say it’s about a HLM. So the song is about two young people from there and the estate was called Park Hill Estate and it kinda tells a story of two young people from the council estate who were completely screwed over by corporate companies. So yeah that’s what ‘Park Hill Romance’ means, it’s the name of the place where they are from.
WWPY!: Ohhh interesting!

WWPY!: To be here with you today we’ve been in contact with your tour manager who happens to be a woman. There is a huge question today about the role of women in the music industry, a lot of touring parties that are ALL MEN. Do you feel that it is important to have women in your tour? Do you have a say in that at all?
Dom: Yeah my manager is a girl, my tour Manager is a girl, I don’t know man I’ve always got on with girls better, all my life, I don’t know why.
WWPY!: Well fair but I mean, how do you feel about women in the industry, not only on stage but also the women behind the doors?
Dom: Oh yeah! I fucking love that my manager is a woman because I think she’s fucking incredible, I completely trust her because there’s no fucking boys club mentality about anything. I see such boys club mentality in music right now where they’re all fucking ‘yeah, yeah, we’re staying down with the Gentlemen’s club’ fuck that! My manager gets shit done and she’s so feisty, I love her and I love Jess as well. I think there’s still a hierarchy in music over men that needs to be stamped out man. There’s only one CEO in America of a Label that is a Woman! That’s fucked!
WWPY!: Yeah well, we see it a lot in the industry and as women we like it to be pointed out!
Dom: Yeah man I’m more of a Feminist than every fucker out so I love it!

WWPY!: You often refer to Brexit as a turning point in your political life ; in retrospective today, what impact do you think it keeps having on your music and the way you do it? Dom: Nothing has changed! We’re at the same point and I mean nothing because no one is doing anything about it. I mean the government is in complete disagreement.
WWPY!: Is it still something that really impacts your life?
Dom: Yeah man, I wanna stop it! Because at the end of the day if you look at it all, the UK voted and everyone on both sides, pro Brexit and against, we were fed bullshit on both sides! Complete and utter bullshit on both sides and by an accountancy law if you ask an accountant what’s the majority; 48%-52% isn’t a majority. The country is completely divided and it’s not even a legally general election it was a referendum! So it wasn’t even a legal thing, it wasn’t like to see how the country is feeling and the government is completely splitting off so I think we need a general election to talk about it because no one wants to leave now that they actually know what they’re getting themselves into.
WWPY!: But you did have an election a year and half ago or so, didn’t you? I remember we talked about it with Sundara Karma,hasn’t it changed anything?
Dom: Not really I mean, Theresa May just wants to remain as a leader, she won by a majority and I do not like Theresa May, I’m not pro her but she won by a majority so I can’t argue with that. But Brexit was not majority by accountancy law, by what law you judge majorities on, it wasn’t majority the country was completely split in half. So like in my opinion young people are confused right now, because they don’t know what’s going on and in my opinion Jeremy Corbyn should run and hold a general election, and to remain in Europe should be part of Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign. That’s what I wanna see, I don’t know if it will happen but fingers crossed.

WWPY!: On a lighter note, and this is the most serious question of this interview: as a British citizen you are expected to be a Harry Potter expert, right?
Dom: YES! Absolutely.
WWPY!: Good. Which Hogwarts house do you belong to?
Dom: Oh fuck! I think.. My aesthetic is Slytherin but my heart is Gryffindor… I’m gonna go with Slytherin, I’m Tom Riddle.
Clem: Fuck yeah Slytherin, you know we are the best!
Dom: What about you?
Auxane: I’m a Hufflepuff…
Dom: Oh really? Fairs. 

WWPY!: There are a lot of fans outside the venue, they have been queeing for a few hours alrealdy. You are very dedicated to your fans and you’re meeting a lot of them every night. You said you’d meet the first 100 in line at every shows, where did this special meet and greet idea come from?
Dom: I just wanna meet as many people as I can, it didn’t came from anywhere I just wanted to do it from the start! I’m not doing it for any other reasons than I just love them and it’s been very hard because I used to meet every single person after every show but now we’re going to venues of two and a half to three thousand capacity I can’t do it every night so I said ‘the first 100 people outside every venue I’ll meet for free and I’ll talk to’ and of course I mean some fans don’t like that and said ‘you should meet everyone’ but I just can’t sadly. It kills me but i’m too tired, I love them and I wanna meet as many people as possible and when I meet them I love it but it’s why I broke my ankle, it’s why I keep getting voice infections, because I push myself too hard and I love them so much and I do my best but I can’t meet everyone now. Because there’s just too many people you know! But I love it, I wanna meet them all and I’ll keep going at the barriers at the end of the shows, it’s gonna be madness!

WWPY!: And a last question, very quickly; do you listen to any non-english speaking artists?
Dom: Ouuuuh! Yes!… A rapper from Germany, what’s his name again? It’s great, it’s literally our generation isn’t it? Playlist culture, can’t remember his name. I’ll find him, wait.  Bonez MC! From Munich.
WWPY!: Sick, we’ll add him to our collaborative playlist. Well! Thank you very much for your time and your words!

Dominic Harrison (YUNGBLUD) pour We Will Punk You!

Interview : Auxane Beau & Clémentine Tricaud – Retranscription : Naomi Hadietou – Traduction : Auxane Beau.

Version française

WWPY! : En seulement quelques mois, tu es passé d’un petit concert gratuit au Supersonic à ‘jouer à guichets fermés au Badaboum aujourd’hui. Comment tu te sens à ce sujet ?
Dominic Harrison (YUNGBLUD) : Oui ! C’était dingue et je suis super excité à propos de ce soir. C’est notre premier ‘vrai’ concert à Paris et c’est complet !
WWPY! :
Comment tu expliques ce succès grandissant et surtout, qu’est-ce que ça change d’avoir un album si bien reçu par la critique dans la nature ?
Dom : Oh oui ça a été fou, genre tous nos concerts sont complets jusqu’en avril. Et on a même pas encore annoncé les concerts après ça pour l’instant ! Tu vois ce que je veux dire ? Genre toutes les places pour les concerts qu’on a annoncés sont vendues.
WWPY! : C’est génial !
Dom : Et on arrive pas à y croire, je sais pas man, c’était juste incroyable de voir le projet grandir l’année dernière mais on veut monter d’un cran encore cette année. La croissance a été incroyable et rencontrer autant de personnes c’était génial mais on veut juste plus maintenant, des shows plus grands, plus de lumière, une plus grosse production, plus de gens à rencontrer parce qu’on adore ça ! Et je dirais que, la raison pour laquelle les gens disent qu’on grandit aussi vite, c’est parce que on parle réellement de vrais trucs importants. Et on s’intéresse vraiment aux personnes dehors, vous voyez, je veux écrire de la vraie musique qui a du sens parce que il y a trop de chansons en ce moment qui ne veulent rien dire, qui sont plates et ennuyeuses à mourir ! De la musique qui a autant de charisme que cette bouteille d’eau là et je pense que ça doit changer, la musique doit avoir du sens à nouveau !

WWPY! : On ne peut qu’être d’accord avec ça ! Donc cet album s’appelle 21 Century Liability. Oh c’est super dur à pronnoncer pour des français en fait…
Dom : Oui je sais, désolé ! Haha, il faudra que je prenne ça en considération la prochaine fois…
WWPY!: Haha, en tout cas, en tant que jeunes adultes dans notre vingtaine, c’est un album qui nous touche de près. Pourquoi est-ce que tu as choisi cette chanson en particulier pour représenter l’album ?
Dom : Parce que il réflète qui je suis et la façon dont j’ai toujours été perçu par les personnes plus agées. Toute ma vie, je me suis senti très incompris à cause de comment j’étais et je ne comprenais pas parce que, tout ce que je faisais c’était être moi-même ! Et les gens n’ont jamais semblé apprécier ça, d’une perspective de personne âgée, parce que j’ai toujours eu une opinion sur tout, et je voulais parler de ce qu’il se passait dans ma tête et je pense que ça représente bien ce qu’il se passe à mon échelle mainteant, vous voyez ce que je veux dire? Mental health is finally being taken seriously by our generation whereas the generation before was like ‘Yeah you’ll be okay, do what you want’ whereas now it’s a different thing and people see us as 21st century liabilities when we’re not actually liabilities! If you listen to what we’re saying you might actually learn something because our generation is very fucking smart.
WWPY!: And how is it related to the album artwork? What does being tied up represent?
Dom: Because I felt fucking suffocated all my life; I felt like my ideas were suffocating all my life. I feel like right now we are so fucking intelligent, our generation, and we can genuinely see a future we wanna be a part of. A future of equality, a future of fucking peace and shit man! Like no matter who you are, black, white, gay, straight, trans. Any-fucking-thing, you deserve to be the way you are! You know what I’m saying? That has been suffocated by an older generation who were blinded by a cataracts of all the ideologies holding us back from getting to that place you know.

WWPY! : C’est marrant que tu parles du futur comme ça parce que l’album début avec le titre Eulogy où tu parles de ta propre mort, de la mort de Yungblub. Est-ce que pour toi, la Mort, c’est un thème qui a beaucoup d’importance pour notre génération ? On se dit avec tellement de facilité des choses comme « Oh je veux mourir »…
Dom: It genuinely is! We have the internet now, so we see so much death around us in the world and therefore part of our intelligence as a younger generation is to realize that before, they (the government) could censor what we would see. If fucking twenty thousands kids in Paris were pissed off and wanted to wallk outside the government building, the press would be able to totally swipe that aside if they wanted to but nowadays with twitter and everything, they can’t! Anybody can post their opinion of the world and we grow up seeing deaths in every fucking country of the world, that is how we grew up. We see everything. So instantaneously I’m seeing all these deaths and the causes of it; unnecessary funding in the war and in my country you can put fucking 20 million quid into building a new fucking war shit but I can’t go to university for free. That fucking doesn’t add up to me, in some countries you can’t fucking go to the doctors for free but you can put money to fucking building warships and bombing the middle east, you know, this does not make sense to me! With ideas like that, suicide is a genuine epidemic right now because people ain’t taking it seriously. If you look at me and my guitar player Adam; we genuinely suffer from mental health and we found music and we find each other to confide in and to talk about it. Most people don’t have that because there’s not a support system that’s around for that. Suicide and mental health is much of an epidemic as cancer genuinely is and it’s like for young people, people don’t understand that and that’s why it’s so amazing to have this community because I feel like they are there for me as well as I am there for them. It’s not just me shouting down a microphone and they’re listening to me, no! I ain’t got all the answers at all by fucking no means, I just know what I think and I love hearing what they think too and the next album is about them, it’s about the stories I’ve heard and it’s about the fucking people I’ve spoke to. Oh, you’re looking at each other.
WWPY!: Yeah because we share a lot of these ideas, we really agree with everything you say. It makes sense to us! All of your songs are very smart like you only write about important topics. Which one do you think is the most important song you’ve released if you had to chose one?
Dom:  Oh fuck me… I think… oh shit… I think Polygraph Eyes is very important man.
WWPY!: Yeah, we thought you might say this one.
Dom: I decided to write that song because It just happens far too much and is seen as normal. This ‘lad mentality’ is so vastly accepted worldwide and no one says fuck all about it in music and I didn’t wanna write it from a stand point of me being a male or me being ‘I’m the fucking savior’ it’s like nah fuck that I’m just writing about what I’ve seen, i’m just writing about how fucking ashamed I am in a society I grew up in where this lad mentality was seen to be right. If I was on a night out when I was 14 years old and I would see something like that happen I wouldn’t do anything about it until I moved out of the city and grew up and saw the world through my own eyes, that my parents didn’t teach me, you know what I mean when you grow up and think ‘my parents are fucking nuts’ because they grew up on older and different ideologies and when we’re fucking old my kids are probably gonna think ‘My parents are fucking nuts’ and the thing about it is like… I needed to write this song to raise awareness about it. This needs to be talked about it. If it’s seen, it needs to be stopped man and yeah with all my songs I write about what comes on in my head.
WWPY!: We’ve been discussing this song and thought that this is honestly the only song about rape and sexual assault written by a white male that is unproblematic. I listent to it and i’m like ‘Yes thank you!’ and i’m not like ‘Shut the fuck up man you don’t know what you’re talking about’ It’s rare.
Dom: Because there is so much fucking misogynistic music out there right now, I hate it! It’s misogynistic, materialistic bollocks. And all I want to do as an artist is provide some truths.
WWPY!: Yeah.. well it’s a great song.

WWPY! : Dans I Love You, Will You Marry Me tu répètes “Park Hill romance”. Cette expression m’est inconnue, tu pourais nous expliquer ce que tu veux dire par là ?
Dom: So basically the song is about a council estate, I don’t know how you call it? It’s a government funded housing like let’s say you can’t afford a house so the government helps you out.
WWPY!: Oh a HLM!
Dom: Oh is it called a HLM? Cool next time I talk about this I’ll say it’s about a HLM. So the song is about two young people from there and the estate was called Park Hill Estate and it kinda tells a story of two young people from the council estate who were completely screwed over by corporate companies. So yeah that’s what ‘Park Hill Romance’ means, it’s the name of the place where they are from.
WWPY!: Ohhh interesting!

WWPY! : Pour être ici avec toi aujourd’hui on est rentré en contact avec Jessica, et il se trouve que c’est une femme. Il y a une grande problématique actuellement autour du rôle des femmes dans l’industrie musicale, on s’aperçoit que la très grande majorité des tournées sont à 100% composées d’hommes, que ce soit du côté des artistes ou du crew. Tu penses que c’et important de faire l’effort d’engager des femmes ? Est-ce que tu as ton mot à dire dans tout ça ?
Dom:  Oui, ma manager est une fille, ma tour manager est une fille, je ne sais pas, je me suis juste toujours mieux entendu avec les filles, toute ma vie, je ne sais pas pourquoi.
WWPY! : Ouais, c’est cool mais je veux dire, qu’est-ce que tu penses des femmes dans l’industrie ? Pas seulement sur scène mais aussi, derrière la scène…
Dom: Ah oui ! J’adore que ma manager soit une femme parce qu’elle est incroyable, je lui fais une confiance absolue et il n’y a aucune putain de mentalité de club de mecs entre nous. Je vois trop cette mentalité de club de mecs dans la musique en ce moment où ils sont tous genre « ouais on reste entre Gentlemen », c’est nul ! Ma manager est incroyable, elle fait super bien son boulot et elle est si fougueuse, je l’aime et j’aime Jess aussi. Je pense qu’il y a une trop importante hiérarchie dans l’industrie musicale aujourd’hui qui doit absolument être estompée. Il n’y a qu’une seule PDG aux Etats-Unis, qui dirige un label, qui soit une femme ! C’est scandaleux !
WWPY! : Ouais, bien, on voit ça très souvent dans l’industrie et en tant que femmes, on aime bien que ce soit souligné.
Dom : Ouais t’inquiète, je suis plus féministe que tout le monde donc je le dis sans problème !

WWPY!: You often refer to Brexit as a turning point in your political life ; in retrospective today, what impact do you think it keeps having on your music and the way you do it? Dom: Nothing has changed! We’re at the same point and I mean nothing because no one is doing anything about it. I mean the government is in complete disagreement.
WWPY!: Is it still something that really impacts your life?
Dom: Yeah man, I wanna stop it! Because at the end of the day if you look at it all, the UK voted and everyone on both sides, pro Brexit and against, we were fed bullshit on both sides! Complete and utter bullshit on both sides and by an accountancy law if you ask an accountant what’s the majority; 48%-52% isn’t a majority. The country is completely divided and it’s not even a legally general election it was a referendum! So it wasn’t even a legal thing, it wasn’t like to see how the country is feeling and the government is completely splitting off so I think we need a general election to talk about it because no one wants to leave now that they actually know what they’re getting themselves into.
WWPY!: But you did have an election a year and half ago or so, didn’t you? I remember we talked about it with Sundara Karma,hasn’t it changed anything?
Dom: Not really I mean, Theresa May just wants to remain as a leader, she won by a majority and I do not like Theresa May, I’m not pro her but she won by a majority so I can’t argue with that. But Brexit was not majority by accountancy law, by what law you judge majorities on, it wasn’t majority the country was completely split in half. So like in my opinion young people are confused right now, because they don’t know what’s going on and in my opinion Jeremy Corbyn should run and hold a general election, and to remain in Europe should be part of Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign. That’s what I wanna see, I don’t know if it will happen but fingers crossed.

WWPY!: On a lighter note, and this is the most serious question of this interview: as a British citizen you are expected to be a Harry Potter expert, right?
Dom: YES! Absolutely.
WWPY!: Good. Which Hogwarts house do you belong to?
Dom: Oh fuck! I think.. My aesthetic is Slytherin but my heart is Gryffindor… I’m gonna go with Slytherin, I’m Tom Riddle.
Clem: Fuck yeah Slytherin, you know we are the best!
Dom: What about you?
Auxane: I’m a Hufflepuff…
Dom: Oh really? Fairs. 

WWPY!: There are a lot of fans outside the venue, they have been queeing for a few hours alrealdy. You are very dedicated to your fans and you’re meeting a lot of them every night. You said you’d meet the first 100 in line at every shows, where did this special meet and greet idea come from?
Dom: I just wanna meet as many people as I can, it didn’t came from anywhere I just wanted to do it from the start! I’m not doing it for any other reasons than I just love them and it’s been very hard because I used to meet every single person after every show but now we’re going to venues of two and a half to three thousand capacity I can’t do it every night so I said ‘the first 100 people outside every venue I’ll meet for free and I’ll talk to’ and of course I mean some fans don’t like that and said ‘you should meet everyone’ but I just can’t sadly. It kills me but i’m too tired, I love them and I wanna meet as many people as possible and when I meet them I love it but it’s why I broke my ankle, it’s why I keep getting voice infections, because I push myself too hard and I love them so much and I do my best but I can’t meet everyone now. Because there’s just too many people you know! But I love it, I wanna meet them all and I’ll keep going at the barriers at the end of the shows, it’s gonna be madness!

WWPY!: And a last question, very quickly; do you listen to any non-english speaking artists?
Dom: Ouuuuh! Yes!… A rapper from Germany, what’s his name again? It’s great, it’s literally our generation isn’t it? Playlist culture, can’t remember his name. I’ll find him, wait.  Bonez MC! From Munich.
WWPY!: Sick, we’ll add him to our collaborative playlist. Well! Thank you very much for your time and your words!


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Auxane Beau
Auxane Beau
auxane@wewillpunkyou.com

J'aime beaucoup trop d'artistes pour pouvoir en faire une liste ici mais retenez déjà Casey et Boston Manor, ça ira pour commencer !