British band Years and Years had an exciting debut two years ago with their first album, titled Communion, that sold over a million copies worldwide.
Now, frontman Olly Alexander and his band are gearing up for the release of their new album, Palo Santo, in July. To prepare for that, Alexander has been doing some interviews.
One recent interview he did was with BBC and during it the singer-songwriter opened up about his dream relationship and his thoughts on the gay community.
“What I think would suit me was if I was in a thruple and the other two guys lived in a house nearby.”
“I could visit them every now and then and they’d cook me dinner, and then I could just go home and watch TV by myself.”
Of course, the singer knows that this kind of relationship setup, while possible, is mostly just a pipe dream. That said, he’s still hoping for something better than the relationship he had with a straight man that inspired his song, “Sanctify.”
Also, the singer opened up about his thoughts on the gay community and the club scene.
“I think a lot about how clubs are almost like queer churches. You go and congregate and you dance. That’s always been a sacred experience for me, although it’s been both positive and negative.”
If you’re excited to hear the new album by Years and Years, you don’t have to wait too long. Palo Santo will be coming out on July 6.