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Yungblud takes aim at "Parents" with new song 

Credit: Jessie EnglishYungblud has released a new song called "Parents." Spoiler alert: he's not a fan.

The typically genre-stuffed track, available now for digital download, finds the British rocker spitting lines like "My daddy put a gun to my head/said if you kiss a boy I'm gonna shoot you dead" in the verses before ending the chorus with "It's alright, we'll survive/'cause parents ain't always right."

"Parents" follows Yungblud's collaboration with Halsey and Blink-182's Travis Barker, "11 Minutes." He also released a new single called "Loner" earlier this year.

You can catch Yungblud live on his upcoming summer North American tour, kicking off June 14 in Vancouver.

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