Video: Interview With Young The Giant's Sameer Gadhia

 
Young the Giant frontman Sameer Gadhia stopped by the studio of 98.7 FM radio in Los Angeles, CA for an extended interview, which you can watch below. The singer talks about the lifestyle changes that come with increased popularity and success, the genesis of their current single "Cough Syrup," his writing process, and much, much more. Here's the video: Young the Giant are currently on the road with Incubus; visit our tour page to find a show near you..
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Video: Young The Giant's MTV Video Music Awards Performance

 
Young the Giant were the only rock band to perform on last night's MTV Video Music Awards, and they gave a high-energy performance that's garnering a lot of praise. In case you missed it, here's the footage of the band singing "My Body" in front of (and eventually surrounded by) an audience of rabid fans: Get More: 2011 VMA, Music, Young The Giant Young the Giant's self-titled CD is in stores now; get it from Amazon or iTunes..
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Video: Young The Giant Talk Songwriting

 
Vocalist Sameer Gadhia of Young the Giant talks about the band's songwriting process, and something he calls "anti-writing," in this interview with Artisan News Service. The band's self-titled album is out now, and can be purchased from Amazon or iTunes.
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Photos: Young The Giant Live At Lollapalooza 2011

 
Young the Giant performed this past Friday, August 5, at the annual Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, and Time Out Chicago shot a terrific set of photos, one of which is above and 15 more of which can be seen at this link. Young the Giant's self-titled debut CD is out now and can be purchased from Amazon or iTunes..
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Young The Giant To Perform On MTV Video Music Awards

 
Young The Giant will be performing on the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards telecast, two days prior to kicking off their US tour with Incubus. They will be appearing in the "emerging artist" performance slot and are the only non-nominated band booked for the show. "The last few months we have been seeing a lot more bands than we usually do in the hopes of finding that band that would stand out," Amy Doyle, executive producer of the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards told Billboard.
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