Years & Years – Palo Santo | New Music
British band Years & Years have released their third single titled “Palo Santo” from their upcoming second album of the same name, a follow-up from previous singles “Sanctify” and the catchy “If You’re Over Me”.
“Palo Santo” is a synth-pop ballad track written by Olly Alexander and Sarah Hudson. It was also engineered by Michael Freeman. The song is about a boy talking with his boyfriend or crush about the what it means to him and his past with other boys.
The trio, composed of an LGTBI+ icon, Olly Alexander, Mikey Goldsworthy and Emre Türkmen are described as a synthpop band who encorporate 90’s house elements. The band released their debut album Communion in 2015 with big hits like “King”, “Take Shelter”, “Real” and “Shine”.
Listen the new single below:
When I grew up, I focused my vision in other countries and I found love in different cultures like British, American, Japanese, Korean, etc. Once time I read that “it’s no always necessary to be strong, but to feel strong”, and because of that, I consider myself a very rebel, adventuress and creative person.
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