Get “Hypnotized” By The Queer Love Triangle In Baz Luhrmann’s Sensual H&M Ad

Years & Years debut a new song in the opulent short film.

What form do your pleasures take? That’s the question being asked in the vibrant short film that Baz Luhrmann directed for H&M’s upcoming Erdem collection.

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Set to the sounds of a brand new track from Years & Years called “Hypnotized,” the sexy short follows a brother and sister in an exotic countryside mansion who have eyes for the same guy.

“It’s a very modern love story, set in a country house that is full of its own secrets,” Luhrmann said in a press release. “It’s like a metaphor for our times—it’s harsh out there in the world, but in here, the things that really matter keep growing in an eternal spring.”

Years & Years are currently working on their second studio album, and frontman Olly Alexander said he was thrilled to partner with Luhrmann in order to debut the new track.

“The song is about falling head over heels for somebody and it totally up-ends everything you thought you knew about yourself,” the openly gay singer said in a statement.

H&M x Erdem will hit stores on November 2.

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