Olly Alexander has released new song, "Sooner or Later," a synth-pop bop about chasing after a lost love who broke his heart. It's the final track to be released from Night Call before it drops Jan. 21. "I swear I saw you on my street/Your face, your smile was vanishing," the It's a Sin star sings on the earworm. "'Cause we're forever playing hide and seek/But I can't find what I cannot see/You're a heartbreaker/You'll be the death of me." The track — co-written by Alexander, Clarence Coffee Jr., and Mark Ralph, who also produced the record — is the artist's follow-up to " Starstruck. " It served as the first taste of Years & Years as a solo project for Alexander, following multi-instrumentalists Emre Turkmen and Mikey Goldsworthy's departure last March. On sticking with the group's original name in his solo pursuits, Alexander told The Guardian : "It was a tricky decision in some ways, because I think, possibly, it might have been a bit simpler for everyone if I had just been like, 'Oh, I'm a solo artist now.' But I just didn't want to." He added that the pandemic played a part in his upcoming album, which he… Read full this story
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