Yungblud shows off his quirky style in a black mesh top and leather skirt, while Liam Gallagher dons his signature parka as they take the stage at Leeds Festival
Yungblud wore a grunge pleated leather skirt and mesh top as he took the stage at Leeds Festival with Liam Gallagher on Friday night.
The Doncaster-born singer, 24, sported his signature gothic vibe in the ensemble, which he paired with pink ankle socks and black creepers.
Yungblud looked like he was having a great time on stage as he jumped around, bouncing his red hair in the air.
Stylish: Yungblud, 24, donned a grunge pleated leather skirt and mesh top as he took the stage at Leeds Festival Friday night
The performance comes after he reportedly dropped as many as 13 F-bombs in a performance sponsored by Samsung on Thursday night.
The sun claims the singer was advised by the company not to yell expletives, but decided to ignore that rule by dropping multiple “f***s” and “s***s.”
He told his audience, “I can’t say rude words like f***s or s*** or anything like that.”
MailOnline has reached out to Yungblud’s representatives for further comment.
Music icon: Elsewhere, Manchester recording artist Liam Gallagher, 48, was at the festival
Singer: The Doncaster-born singer carried his signature gothic vibe in the ensemble, which he paired with pink ankle socks and black creepers
Elsewhere at the Northern festival, Manchester artist Liam Gallagher headlined the festival.
The 48-year-old Wonderwall hitmaker donned his signature navy blue parka jacket and held maracas in his hand as he sang into the microphone.
He wore his iconic mod haircut at the festival and aviator sunglasses.
Music lovers braved the rain as they donned their ponchos and prepared for a weekend of great lineups at the Reading and Leeds Festivals – the first large-scale performances since restrictions were eased.
Controversial: The gig comes after the singer reportedly dropped as many as 13 F-bombs in a Samsung-sponsored performance on Thursday night
Performance: Wonderwall hitmaker Liam donned his signature navy blue parka jacket and held maracas in his hand as he sang into the microphone
Back on stage: he wore his iconic mod haircut at the festival and aviator sunglasses
Don’t Look Back In Anger: Music lovers braved the rain and got ready for a weekend of great lineups at Reading and Leeds Festivals
Oasis rocker: Liam appeared in his element as he sang to the crowd
Music is back: Liam performed at the festival – the first large-scale performances since restrictions were eased
Revelers at the mass rallies in Leeds and Berkshire are being urged to test for Covid before flocking to the festivals and when they return, and not to visit older or more frail loved ones in the days following the events amid a new wave of the virus.
Aerial photos showed tightly packed queues streaming through the turnstiles as organizers competed for the extra checks to make before the festivals start today.
It is hoped that the vaccines will prevent a similar situation to last fall, with a government adviser saying he is optimistic the “significant wave” of hospitalizations seen then could be avoided.
Stage presentation: The rocker looked effortlessly cool during his performance
Achievements to remember: Liam was joined on stage by his band