Yungblud, known as Dominic Harrison according to his passport, is getting a lot of people very excited, with tunes that come highly recommended if you like the spitfire suburban poetry of younger Arctic Monkeys and Jamie T, fused with a healthy touch of ska and hip-hop spirit for good measure. He dropped out of school at 16 and moved to London to "pursue a career as a rock'n'roll star." At the start of 2018, he released his first and self-titled EP, but contrary to what you might think, he doesn't pine over a loved one or sing about a broken heart. Instead, he prefers to talk about the big stuff. "As a kid I always so enthralled and excited by rebellion," he recalls. "I always spoke my mind and that was a result of the music I listened to growing up. I think right now for young people it's such a confusing world to live in and there's so much going on politically and it just baffles me that nobody's talking about it in pop music, outright. That's something I want to do."