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FRANCESCO YATES ASKS “DO YOU THINK ABOUT ME?”

FRANCESCO YATES ASKS  “DO YOU THINK ABOUT ME?”

Toronto’s own Francesco Yates is back with his new single, and is asking “Do You Think About Me?”  Written, produced and performed entirely by Yates, “Do You Think About Me” was released to radio today and follows up on “Come Over,” which was released on all DSPs earlier this year.  In addition to the studio version, Yates has also released a live performance video of “Do You Think About Me” that fans can watch here.

Francesco Yates has started 2018 off with a bang, having been personally selected by no less than Justin Timberlake to open the Toronto and Montreal dates of his Man of the Woods tour.  The Toronto Star noted of his set that “Yates served notice with his own animated, choreographing-heavy performance that he intends to enter the same lofty stratosphere occupied by Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Prince if given the chance.”  In the lead up to the Justin Timberlake shows, Yates released a “Road to the Woods” mini-documentary, which captured his rehearsals and the backstage footage leading up to the big event.  See below for links to each of the three parts in the series.

Yates has been hitting the media circuit, appearing in interview with both etalk and ET Canada in the lead up to releasing “Do You Think About Me.” He was up early yesterday delivering an electrifying performance of the song live on The Morning Show.  That can be seen here.

The upcoming weekend will see Yates returning to the stage with Justin Timberlake on the Montreal leg of his Man of the Woods tour.  For all the latest on Yates follow him on InstagramTwitterFacebook and YouTube.

Road to the Woods Mini-Documentary

 

Part 1: https://youtu.be/lMvmc8_kiYA

Part 2: https://youtu.be/yjMVG8NKs-E

Part 3: https://youtu.be/etqMqWy6-XY

 

 

Tour Dates

April 8

Montreal, QC

Bell Centre Arena

April 9, 2018

Montreal, QC

Bell Centre Arena

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