Music has its own variants and one man’s style may not fit the other person. Wrestling is subjective as is music. Fans may like a style, and may not be inclined toward a specific style. If the tables are turned, and the creators feel that way, then what can one comprehend about it?
Yungblud feels that way and he expressed it during his interview with Rolling Stone UK. Dominic Harrison, who is also called the Doncaster artist, said that he feels less connected with The 1975 and Arctic Monkeys. He talked about how his music is more for the new generation and he doesn’t connect with the old generation’s music.
When I look at The 1975 and Arctic Monkeys, they’re such a different generation to me. When they speak, they’re profound now. I don’t want to be profound yet, I want to be on the fucking tarmac, on the ground. I love Matty [Healy] and I love Alex [Turner] but I don’t relate to them as much as I used to. They’re older and it’s all very serious. We’re absolutely a generation apart, there’s a big difference between us. Different brains, different way of communicating.
He expressed his love for Matty Healy and Alex Turner but didn’t state anything about why he feels that way, except that he is more Gen Z and old as well as serious. These can’t be considered valid reasons for any difference, but everyone is open to their point of view.
In September, Yungblud released his third studio album under his own name. “[Yungblud has] come back with his most confident, unified album, which finds him confronting hate with compassion and love,” NME stated in a review that gave the album four stars. He is confident of victory in the conflict.
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