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  2. “Communion” is the upcoming and highly-anticipated debut studio album by British-Australian electronica trio Years & Years, formed by Olly Alexander, Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Turkmen. It’s scheduled to be released on digital retailers on 22 June via Polydor.
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  4. Mar 17,  · Years & Years - Border () [Vinyl Video] by Gramophone. Years & Years - Memo () [Vinyl Video] Years & Years - Communion () [Vinyl Album] Gramophone; 13 videos; views; Last.
  5. Vinyl is 2 discs, gram in a gatefold dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfo their luminous brand of electro-pop, London-based trio Years & Years layer sweetly smooth vocals over bright and heady beats to create what they call "music you can dance and cry to."/5().
  6. Communion is the debut studio album by British electronica trio Years & Years. It was released in 10 July In January , the group won the prestigious BBC Sound of
  7. Mar 18,  · The album will be released on June 22 via Polydor Records, and will be released in standard, deluxe and double 12″ vinyl editions. And to celebrate the release, the boys .
  8. dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfo () Olly Alexander - keyboards Mikey Gold - bass Emre Turkmen - synth 1. Foundation 2. Real 3. Shine 4. Take Shelter 5. Worship 6. Eyes Shut 7. Ties 8. King 9. Desire Unititled Without Border Memo.
  9. Deluxe edition includes four bonus tracks. debut album. Two years ago, Years & Years set themselves an ultimatum: it was all or nothing. "We experimented with a few ideas, spoke to different producers, pulled in favors, worked hard and just went for it." How the rest of the story panned out is pretty clear to see/5().

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