The hottest synthpop in Europe
Listening to Years & Years at home is a freeing experience. Emerging form a synthpop beat, we’re struck by Olly Alexander’s voice, someone that’s both fragile and strong, always complex, a leader that takes pride to a whole new level.
But listening to Years & Years live is something else. When they set foot onstage you know you have a 75-minute party before you, with performers and dancers constantly moving. And a singer with as many outfits as body and voice registers.
Cruïlla 2019 will be the perfect time and place to listen to the songs of their last album, Palo Santo, as well as the list of hits that skyrocketed them.
Buy here your Friday ticket or, if you’d rather live the whole experience, get the full festival pass.
The band from London is much more than their leader. Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Türkmen crafted the rhythms that set the machine in motion.
The three friends made Palo Santo, an album where they step forward and explore more organic sounds, an album that turns up the temperature of European synthpop above the allowed limits