Teenage Cancer Trust Gigs at Royal Albert Hall

Scottish group Young Fathers will make their debut for Teenage Cancer Trust at Royal Albert Hall on Friday 22 March. Alloysious Massaquoi, Kayus Bankole and G. Hastings met as teenagers and formed Young Fathers in 2008, and the Edinburgh-based trio released several EPs and singles before breaking through with their 2014 debut album, Dead, for which they won the prestigious Mercury Prize. They continued to hone their categorically evasive hybrid sound, following with the heavier White Men Are Black Men Too in 2015. They’ve won the Scottish Album of the Year Award three times, including their third album, Cocoa Sugar in 2018 and their latest record, Heavy Heavy. After a lengthy break, Young Fathers began 2023 with the release of Heavy Heavy; released on February 3rd via Ninja Tune and widely regarded as one of the best albums of the year, the album was nominated for the 2023 Mercury Prize and reached the Top 10 in the UK Albums Charts and No.2 in the Scottish Albums Chart.

Tickets are on sale from 9AM, 12th January.

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Tickets for an evening of comedyThe WhoYoung FathersNoel Gallagher’s High Flying BirdsThe Chemical Brothers and Ovation, a celebration of 24 years of Roger Daltrey’s concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust now on sale (from Friday, 12th January 2024).

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Nile Rogers
Teenage Cancer Trust Gigs at Royal Albert Hall