Review: Years & Years – ‘King’


Years & Years play their 'King' card - and it's a winner!

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After recently being crowned the BBC’s “Sound of 2015” (which has previously been won by the likes of Adele, Ellie Goulding and Sam Smith), Years & Years are back with their latest single ‘King’. Following on from ‘Take Shelter’ and ‘Desire’, ‘King’ is another brilliant pop track from the trio – with singer Olly’s original and unique vocals taking centre stage once again.

The mix of lively synthesisers and these dynamic vocals result in a very likeable and inventive tune and a chorus that rivals anything out at the moment. Also, the originality of the composition is a breath of fresh air in the music industry and is great to see from a young up-and-coming band.

The band are destined for very big things in the near future, and with a debut album rumoured for June and an ever increasing fanbase there’s no limit as to where the Londoners can go.

‘King’ will be released on March the 1st via Polydor Records.


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