I may not be an anarchist, but even I sometimes agree that out of chaos can come new order as people strive to achieve harmony in the face of turmoil and bedlam. In a way, some of Yungblud’s first songs have felt this way. High voltage tracks like King Charles and I Love You, Will You Marry Me were furiously clamoring strutters replete with Yungblud’s scratchy bellowing and raucous energy, but they immediately pulled us in and created a sense of triumphant solidarity. The UK artist has since released an acclaimed self-titled EP and become a much buzzworthy, noteworthy name in the alt scene. The EP, which just arrived less than two weeks ago, can be streamed and download via Soundcloud, here. It closes out with a song named Anarchist, a pop leaning, more deliberate and less cacophonously freewheeling anthem. It’s an utterly infectious EP closer from an obviously very flexible artist.

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