With ‘I See You’, The xx not only press ‘reset’, but also liberate themselves
The xx’s Oliver Sim and Jamie “xx” Smith on their new album ‘I See You’ and the band’s enduring friendship with each other.
“Romy and Jamie confronting me independently was the last straw.”
“Yes… wink wink, nudge nudge, we are coming back.”
The three-piece performed ‘Brave For You’ and ‘Performance’.
Double dare ya.
That xx-sized hole in your life is about to be filled.
New record should be ready any time now…
They’ve also announced a few new shows.
That’s the Valentine’s Day playlist sorted.
Jamie Smith – better known in the world of music as Jamie xx – is a mysterious figure. Even in the environment of an interview – something which, by definition, should give further insight into its subjects – he never gives too much away; never elaborating too far into his methods or his own life. Fundamentally,
English producer Jamie xx, who is also one third of acclaimed band The xx, has confirmed the group’s third album, which will follow up 2012’s Coexist, is “coming”, while also detailing the progress he’s made on his debut solo record. “We’ve got quite a lot of songs that are not finished, but I’m excited about
London indie-pop trio The xx have issued a statement via their official Facebook page, condemning Croatian anti-gay marriage group U ime objtelji, which translates as In The Name Of The Family, for non-permitted use of their track Intro in one of the group’s campaign ads. Making a rather ironic choice, the group, which according to
Still riding high atop a wave of success kicked up from the release of their sophomore album Coexist, The xx have released their latest video offering focusing around the track Fiction. Those who are familiar with the ditty will not be surprised to learn that the video is also a melancholy, sombre affair. Directed by
Amy Winehouse’s fans were understandably concerned when news broke that their very much loved Back To Black would be played into the hands of André 3000 and Beyoncé. While the music world has been chomping at the bit to see what the pair have done to the renowned track, Winehouse’s father isn’t having a bar
The xx’s new song, Together, has made its way online. Together is a part of the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming movie The Great Gatsby, with The xx being among the many notable acts contributing fresh originals for the film. For two albums now (xx, Coexist) The xx have proven that less is more and