Years & Years Releases New Record, ‘Night Call’

‘Night Call’ is the incredible new album from Years & Years, which is out today on Polydor Records. Featuring the singles ‘Starstruck’, ‘Sweet Talker’ (with Galantis) and more future-favourites from Olly Alexander, ‘The Night Call Tour’ is also on sale now and includes a homecoming date at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley on May 26th

‘Night Call’ has the immediate feel of the most essential Years & Years album to date. An 11-track dance record that bears the bruises of Olly Alexander’s past few years, songs about heartbreak are few; traditional ballads are almost non-existent. Instead, there’s an almost psychosexual energy coursing through it. This is a fairground ride of a record about embracing submission, and twisting power play to reclaim your strength. The clues, for Olly, are all there in the album’s iconic artwork, featuring a mermaid of a muse.“I wanted to identify with this beautiful creature luring men to their death; searching for a love, or a lover, that’s out of reach” Olly says. “A lot of the songs are patchworks inspired by random memories and hook-ups, or men that I’ve met.”

Written over the course of six months, ‘Night Call’ sees Olly Alexander use his platform to push the boundaries of mainstream superstardom. With a sound as inspired by pioneering figures like Sylvester as it is the club-ready world of French House, embodying the new perspective of a character – like Ritchie in ‘It’s A Sin’ – also deeply influenced Olly’s songwriting in its wider exploration of queer life. ‘Night Call’ blurs the boundaries between hedonistic fantasy and locked down reality precisely because, says Olly, “I was stuck in the same four walls. I wanted to have as much pleasure as possible in the music.”

Subversive, euphoric and ultimately feel-good, immerse yourself in the world of ‘Night Call’ now. 

Check out the new record below.

In addition, Years & Years is set to tour the UK this May in celebration of the release.


19.05.2022 || Brighton || Brighton Centre

20.05.2022 || Bournemouth || Bournemouth International Centre

21.05.2022 || Birmingham || Birmingham Resorts World Arena

23.05.2022 || Nottingham || Motorpoint Arena 

26.05.2022 || London || The SSE Arena, Wembley

28.05.2022 || Manchester || AO Arena Manchester

25.06.2022 || Glasgow || Colourboxx, Bellahouston Park