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Much has changed for electropop practitioners Years & Years since 2018’s Palo Santo album. Not only are they two members lighter – it’s now a solo vehicle for occasional actor Olly Alexander (It’s a Sin) – but that second album’s convoluted conceptual framework has been shaken off in favour of 14 sweat-soaked bangers that focus on pent-up carnal desires.
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London, Jan 23 (SocialNews.XYZ) British singer Olly Alexander, who is openly gay, has shared that he wants to play an "erotic superhero" on the big screen. Alexander told NME magazine: "There's a lot of good stuff that gets made but good stuff with gay characters that I could possibly play? Not so much. For me to be interested in a role, it would have to be (someone) sexy with magic powers. I basically want to play some kind of erotic superhero."
Olly Alexander has opened up about Years & Years becoming a solo project, saying that “pop was like a dirty word” towards the end of the group’s run as a three-piece. The singer-songwriter/actor sat down with NME for this week’s Big Read cover interview in which he talked about Years & Years‘ 80s-inspired third album ‘Night Call’ (out today, January 21).
Olly Alexander has responded to a series of complaints against Years & Years’ performance on New Year’s Eve. The performance was part of The Big New Years And Years Eve Party, which was broadcast on BBC One on December 31. The show saw Alexander collaborate with Kylie Minogue and Pet Shop Boys.
Doctor Who is on the cusp of transformation with the arrival of a new Doctor next year, along with the return of former showrunner Russell T. Davies. Fans have been anxiously awaiting news regarding who will take over the mantle for Jodie Whittaker, but so far, we’ve heard nothing.
Years & Years’ Olly Alexander has opened up about going solo in a new interview, saying the move was “coming for a long time”. The pop star is still using the Years & Years moniker for his musical output, but is no longer working with his former bandmates Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Türkmen.
Olly Alexander opens up on Years & Years split and move into solo project: "I didn't want to let it go"
Olly Alexander has opened up about Years & Years' split as a three-piece and re-configuring the band into a solo project, ahead of his first official solo project. Night Call, which has been preceded by singles like Starstruck, Crave and Sweet Talker with Galantis, is due for release January 21, via longtime label Polydor.
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Olly Alexander eats a mince pie every day in December. The Years & Years singer is a huge fan of the festive treat but refuses to tuck into them any time before the month of Christmas as he needs to find some way to “limit” himself from eating too many of the sweet treats.