Listen to Young Fathers’ ‘Geronimo’, their first new track in four years

Young Fathers have shared their first new track in over four years – listen to “Geronimo” below.

The Scottish trio last released an album in 2018 with ‘Cocoa Sugar’, but after teasing new music yesterday (July 11), they are back with a new single ‘Geronimo’.

In a statement, the Young Fathers explained that “Geronimo” is a “song of contrast, because life is in contrast: moving on, giving up, all at once. Wanting it all and then trying want anything, and then want it all over again. ” It’s a kind of reflection on where we are now, trying to remember how to do this again. “

“Trying to make music and all the other stuff that comes with it. Trying to forget all the bad stuff, trying to get somewhere. And that’s where we are right now, trying to get somewhere. “

See “Geronimo” below:

Young Fathers went on to say “it’s the cuteness at work, we had kicked a lot of things with a lot of wilder oomph and energy beforehand, but there was a focus on this one. It once again expanded the scope for us personally , that’s where it’s true. , but still in a fucking basement. “

Reviewing ‘Cocoa Sugar’ in 2018, NME wrote: “Young Fathers should not have to simmer or do what they do to gain popularity or make a living. excellent writing and the whole alien sound. “

Reflecting on the album’s success in an interview with NME in 2019, the band’s Alloysious Massaquoi said: “We don’t know if it’s related, but we know it’s a great album. Every time we go into the studio we do something better than we do.

He continued: “I think it’s less about the message and more about what we wanted to do. We wanted to make a record that had a lot more space, was more direct, and this record lets for people to come in when you do that, a lot of people want to work for that. “

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