Get ready cause this list is LONG.
After what feels like years and years (ha ha), Years & Years is finally back with brand-new music. Yes, you read that correctly. The British electro-pop trio just dropped their new single “Sanctify” with a cinematic music video set in the dystopian future.
You need to give it a watch!
The wait was difficult, but definitely well worth it. We’re ecstatic to see them return and we’re sure you are too, so here’s a list of just some of the reasons why we love this band so much.
They use their music to spread love and positivity.
That time we couldn’t have been more proud of @alexander_olly #CommunionMemories pic.twitter.com/oeF4rYE6Zc
— teo¿? MARCH 7TH🍃 (@teoyears) September 11, 2016
They went on tour with Ellie Goulding and Sam Smith.
If this isn’t the definition of #lifegoals, then what is?
They teamed up with Sia’s choreographer Ryan Heffington to deliver breathtaking visuals for their single “King”.
Disclaimer: don’t try those moves at home.
They brought out Ginger Spice for a special Halloween performance with Vevo.
Talk about a blast from the past.
They formed an indie super-group to raise awareness of an important cause.
Always giving back.
They scored a number one single from their debut album. No. big. deal.
That’s super impressive!
Not only do they make music but they model too. #SmokeShow
Throwback to the time @alexander_olly modelled for @Converse and the fandom lost their shit #proud #foreverchuck#ThrowBackThursday pic.twitter.com/29GnfsmCYp
— FollowingLightning (@courtyyears) February 22, 2018
And magazine covers too.
It’s as if they were born to be on GQ.
olly for british gq. just wow 😍 pic.twitter.com/7psG95Luar
— Years & Years USA (@yearsandyearsUS) September 24, 2015
When their talents shines not only through their own music but the music of others as well.
Katy Perry, Drake, The Weeknd. They can literally sing anything.
They go out of their way to help their fans.
And to share their songwriting secrets.
And to top things off, they play sold-out stadium shows.
We’re so happy these lads are back in action. Now tell us: what’s your favourite thing about Years & Years? Tell us in the comments or over on Twitter @umusic!