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Will Young strips naked in raunchy video for new single All the Songs

The singer strips as a variety of different characters in the video.

Will Young - All the Songs
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Will Young has revealed the raunchy video for his new single All the Songs.

After teasing the arrival of the song with a pixelated naked image on his social media channels earlier in the week, Young has now released the full video, which was shot with Rankin. Take a look below:

In the video Young is dressed as a variety of different character and as it progresses, he strips off all of his clothes. It’s a surprisingly provocative and sexualised video from the popstar and he’s not shy when it comes to gyrating, thrusting and showing off his bum.

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All the Songs is a dance-infused pop track that is taken from Young’s upcoming seventh album Lexicon released on 14th June, the follow-up to 2015’s 85% Proof. The track listing and the art work for the album can be seen below:

Will Young

Credit: Cooking Vinyl

1. All The Songs
2. My Love
3. Scars
4. Get Me Dancing
5. Ground Running
6. Dreaming Big
7. I Bet You Call
8. Forever
9. Freedom
10. Faithless Love
11. Say Anything
12. The Way We Were

Lexicon is available to pre-order now. If fans pre-order it from Young’s official store, they get access to his tour ticket pre-sale on 27th March. Young’s tour will take place in October

See the full list of tour dates below:

1st Oct – Princess Theatre, Torquay
2nd Oct – Pavilions, Plymouth
4th Oct – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
5th Oct – Regent, Ipswich
6th Oct – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
8th Oct – St Davids Hall, Cardiff
9th Oct – Brighton Centre, Brighton
11th Oct – Eventim Apollo, London
12th Oct – Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
14th Oct – New Theatre, Oxford
15th Oct – Guildhall, Portsmouth
17th Oct – Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool
8th Oct – Apollo, Manchester
20th Oct – Barbican, York
21st Oct – Bonus Arena, Hull
22nd Oct – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
24th Oct – City Hall, Sheffield
25th Oct – Armadillo, Glasgow
26th Oct – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
28th Oct – City Hall, Newcastle
29th Oct – Opera House, Blackpool

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