AC/DC guitarist Angus Young has spoken about how the band’s new album, POWER UP, is a tribute to his late brother, founding rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young. In a new video, Angus explains how the attitude of his brother – who passed away in 2017 at the age of 64 from the effects of dementia – helped them carry on.
"I know Mal's not with us anymore, but he's there with us in spirit," Angus said. "This band was his baby, his life. He was always one [to say], 'You keep going.' His big line always, every now and again, he'd go, 'If you're a musician, it's a bit like being on the Titanic. The band goes down with the ship.' That's how he viewed it."