The Dirty Youth unleash new video single “Utopia” and announce new state of independence

The Dirty Youth band pic
Welsh rockers in The Dirty Youth are back with an electronic rock banger in the form of “Utopia”.

You can watch the music video below.

This comes with the news that the band will operate independently henceforth, without any label support.

Danni Monroe says this about the track:
“"Utopia" is a way of us as a band expressing our desire to break free from the idea of a utopia that people conform to – which in reality, is controlled by what we see, hear and emotionally feel through the media and online. Every single photo you see online has been carefully selected, posed for, filtered… it is not reality. It is a utopian world, which exists parallel to our own world. It’s important to remember that what you see online is not real – and we think that music can play a really important role in relaying this message to people. We’re back exclusively on a DIY basis with no one telling us what to write or how to write it. It was quite a liberating experience being able to break free and we’re enjoying it more than ever. This new material is a firm step forward into a new era for The Dirty Youth”.

The Dirty Youth first hit the stage with the release of their debut album “Red Light Fix”, which saw their videos going viral on YouTube, accruing over 25 Million views. More commercial success came with their sophomore album “Gold Dust”, which cemented the bands position as one of Britains most exciting Rock exports.

Establishing a global fan base from extensive world tours alongside Korn, The Rasmus, Alien Ant Farm, Fozzy, InMe, Bruce Springsteen and numerous massive festival appearances at Download Festival, Hard Rock Calling Hyde Park and Sweden Rocks Festival has turned this young British band into a must see live act.
The Dirty Youth’s 3rd studio album “Utopia” was recorded at Abbey Road and Rockfield Studios and is set for release this year. Stay tuned for more on The Dirty Youth.

UK Live Show 2018:
July 29th - Welshfest, Cardiff
Danni Monroe - Vocals
Matt Bond - Guitar/Keys
Luke Padfield - Guitar
Leon Watkins - Bass
Jacob Moseley - Drums