Comments: Gang of Youths performs on day two of the Ohana Festival. They’re part of the same lineup that was announced for the 2020 festival, which was ultimately canceled during the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.
Comments: Gang of Youths perform on the second stage during day one of the Neighbourhood Weekend festival. The event was originally scheduled the weekend of May 23-24, and then rescheduled for September 5-6, 2020 — but both times it had to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Comments: Gang of Youths plays an intimate gig in support of the BRITs Week War Child gigs that raise money and awareness for children who are affected by war. The show takes place at Omeara, a club and music venue owned by Mumford & Sons’ keyboardist Ben Lovett with a 350-person capacity.
Tom Hobden performs the whole show as the fifth band member, despite the band telling fans before the show that he hasn’t officially joined them yet. He primarily plays guitar, violin, and keyboards during the show, and his impact can be heard clearly. With Tom on stage, Jung primarily plays lead guitar and also adds some work on keyboards.
Before “Let Me Down Easy,” the band sings a bit of Pulp’s “Common People.” (See video below.)