The Young Gods have been pushing the limits of sound for more than thirty years. They began as pioneers of industrial punk who flirted with surreal cabaret, and as sonic wizards they moved on to shamanize electro/techno music, all the while forging their own unique sound. In the process they became legends of the European scene. So what does the musical future of The Young Gods look like now? It started to take shape around Treichler, Pizzi and Trontin doing a public residence at the Cully Jazz

Festival in 2015. Three years after, the 12th album of the band was ready. It was mixed in London by Alan Moulder. Released in February 2019 and followed by a 2 European Tours in March/April and November/December and a subsequent World tour.
The Young Gods return to the UK to play two special shows in November and to coincide they release a brand video for the hypnotic You Gave Me A Name  https://youtu.be/z3NFuSBaUpQ  and a remix of “Tear Up The Red Sky” by Gaspar Narby.
You Gave Me A Name  is now available on all digital platforms.
Track listing
You Gave Me A Name – radio edit
2 Tear Up The Red Sky remix by Gaspar Narby.
The Young Gods play tow UK shows as part of a European tour in November.
November 
Wed 27th The Garage, London
Thur 28th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Young Gods is
Franz Treichler (aka Franz Muse, vocals, sampler, computer, guitars)
Cesare Pizzi (sampler, computer)
Bernard Trontin (drums, electronics)