I See You finds the xx illustrating the challenges of love and heartache through a vibrant new sonic palette.
Charli XCX’s debut, True Romance, only dropped five months ago, but she’s already prepping her follow-up.
However enticing the movie itself may be, the commercialism of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby has been oppressive, to say the least.
Well, Ferreira is finally making her proper stateside debut this month with a five-track digital EP.
Like their self-titled debut, the xx’s live show is a case study in straddling a fine line.
This review isn’t about the business side of things. It’s about the music.
Mellow’s name was a lie: Perfect Colors, their second (and seemingly final) album proper, is breathlessly sarcastic.