Editors’ Notes London group Years & Years brought the sound of '80s pop into the '10s, proving yet again that the dramatic power of a smartly placed synthesizer swell never goes out of fashion. The trio nod to the sleek future-pop template set by Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys on tracks like "King" and "Sanctify," but keep it fresh by incorporating EDM-style keyboard rolls and pounding beats. Frontman Olly Alexander is a natural-born diva, capable of gliding gently over a minimalist ballad like "Eyes Shut," or bringing a touch of gospel grit to a slow-burning workout like "Take Shelter."

SONG
ALBUM
3:35
 
If You're Over Me
3:09
 
4:15
 
Desire (feat. Tove Lo)
3:23
 
Eyes Shut
3:18
 
Sanctify
3:12
 
Take Shelter
4:07
 
All for You
3:39
 
Sunlight (feat. Years and Years) [Radio Edit]
3:13
 
3:13
 
Worship
3:41
 
Meteorite (From "Bridget Jones's Baby")
3:25
 
3:01
 
Border
4:22
 

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