The rise and rise of Years & Years

RHIAN JONES

With a debut album in the works, their first headline tour booked and now the BBC Sound Of 2015 accolade, it’s likely you’ll be hearing a lot more from Years & Years over the next 12 months. The synth-pop trio won their first award last week, and are now tasked with the mission of living up to the hype. Are they nervous?

“We’re just going to ignore it. If you think about it too much you go a bit nuts,” ...

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