the day after

the day after

Young Fathers live at Glastonbury 2015 - Full Set

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Live from the Other Stage at Glastonbury on June 27th 2015. There’s no time like the present and 2014 Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers understand that. Literally the day after they picked up the gong for their debut album, Dead, they nipped off to Berlin to record its follow-up, White Men Are Black Men Too, which was released in April - just six months after the Mercury Prize. Explaining its title to Lauren Laverne before playing a session in May, the Edinburgh-based group said, “It’s a positive thing, because it’s based on quality,” and they pointed to the make-up of the band as being part of the same ethos: “On stage, it’s two white guys, two black guys and even that’s a statement in itself. It’s tackling a lot of associations with colour and race.” So does their music - an open-ended and wild mash of global sonic and lyrical styles that Glastonbury heads are hearing for the second time in 2015. Setlist Drum Intro No Way Deadline Queen is Dead Feasting War Get Up Rain or Shine Old Rock n Roll Rumbling Low I Heard Shame Only Child