Entries in years and years (8)


Years & Years present 'Palo Santo' the short film

You may have heard Years & Years released their second album last week, Palo Santo and with it came the short film directed by Fred Rowson.  For those so inclined, it's the opportunity to dive into the world that the band have created for this album.  From the symbols present on the album art, and within the film, to the ominous prescence of the ever-evolving androids, the depth of this project is revealed.  The album is a bold representation of their energetic, soulful sounds, and this time around they're reaching further with the influences their exploring.  This is a good look at the themes that inspired this Palo Santo, get it here if you haven't yet, and watch the film below. 



Year & Years: 'All For You' 

'All For You' is the latest anthem from Years & Years, available on their upcoming album Palo Santo.  This one is an instant favourite, drawing you into the new world they've created for this record.  Palo Santo  promises to bring what you've always loved about the sound of Years & Years and their songwriting, but it's also unafraid to be adventurous. Get it here!


Years and Years Return with 'Sanctify'

Years and Years have returned with their first new music in a while.  The single is 'Sanctify' and it comes from the much anticipated follow up to Communion.  Fred Rowson directs a video unlike any other you've seen before, giving an additional impact to the song if this is the way you hear it for the first time.  Years and Years have stood out since we first heard their song 'Memo'.  Get 'Sanctify' here and watch for news of an upcoming album!


Photo of the day: Years and Years at Pride Toronto

Years and Years performed at Yonge and Dundas Square as a part of the Toronto Pride celebrations. 


Years and Years: 'Shine' (Toyboy & Robin remix)


In addition to the work they've put in on their new EP 'Studio 7', Toyboy & Robin have recently released their remix of 'Shine'.  The much acclaimed band Years and Years write wonderful songs, often reminiscent of elements of classic house.  This gives Toyboy & Robin the opportunity to push new elements into the mix for what we predict will be one of the biggest tunes of the summer.