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The xx - On Hold

That long awaited third album should be very special indeed.
The xx - On Hold
Published: 11:42 am, November 07, 2016
That long awaited third album should be very special indeed.



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The xx are a band that rely on dynamics to create the magic. On new single 'On Hold' they're sounding more magical than ever. It's a song that is built around three distinct parts - Romy and Olivers tender verses set against Jamie's chopped up Hall & Oates sample, yet it all comes together perfectly.

The kind of track that would sound equally as beautiful for night time bedroom reflection as it would blissful nightclub euphoria, it's a trick few bands can pull off, but The xx manage it effortlessly.

This is the sound of a warmer, more welcoming xx - a band perfectly in tune with each other and the music they want to make. That long awaited third album should be very special indeed. Martyn Young

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