We already know that the guys of Years & Years have a thing for Ariana Grande. Turns out, their celeb crush game is pretty on-point.
ETonline got a double dose of the electro-pop trio at South By Southwest, speaking with them at the Palladia Epic Awesome Showcase and again at the mtvU Woodie Awards just before their U.S. television debut.
The guys were a little disappointed that Ms. Grande was not in Austin to cheer on her boyfriend Big Sean at the Woodies, but lead singer Olly Alexander says "I have confidence [that] we'll meet again."
As talk turned to celebrity crushes, things got interesting. No amount of text will do the exchange justice, so watch the whole thing for yourselves in the video above. Suffice it to say, Mikey Goldsworthy has a thing for older women.
(And watch their music video for "King" below to see why Years & Years is our new obsession.)
Years & Years recently topped the prestigious BBC Sounds of 2015 ranking and will unveil their debut album, Communion, on June 22. ETonline will have plenty more on that as the release date approaches.