The xx’s I See You Out Now! Touring North America This Spring, To Appear On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” January 17!

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The xx’s I See You Out Now
Touring North American This Spring,
Tickets On Sale Today
To Appear On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” January 17
January 13, 2017 — I See You, the long awaited third album from The xx, is out today on Young Turks.
The album is receiving early critical acclaim:
“The songs on I See You no longer insist on the austere minimalism of the band’s first two albums. The sonic palette has vastly expanded; there are a few solid dance beats, some plush echoes of the Beach Boys, some resonant and ghostly synthesizer tones, even a sample of Hall & Oates in ‘On Hold.’ The frailty and tension of the xx’s past catalog remain…But there are also new glimmers of confidence.”
“The xx have never been so unguarded, either emotionally or in their musical ambitions.
The result is as haunting as ever.”
I See You…sounds like an attempt to incorporate everyone’s talents into a new version of their sound, one true to their roots but richer and more varied.”
Best New Music, 8.4/10
“On its ambitious new album, the xx has created a vital, magnetic blend of
electronica, balladry and pop.”
 “The music’s dynamics make you feel closely involved in what they’re singing about—the highs as well as the lows. I See You presents a band wiling to be seen.”
“The boldest work yet from a band famous for subtlety—the sound of
The xx hitting the caps-lock key.”
“It feels like this wonderfully languid band may have just received a shot of adrenaline.”
“A cohesive mix of devastating vulnerability and quiet strength built on the British trio’s blend of floating synths and delicate guitars.”
I See You marks a new era for the London trio of Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim and Jamie Smith, both sonically and in terms of process. The album was recorded between March 2014 and August 2016 in New York, Marfa, Reykjavik, Los Angeles and London, and produced by Jamie Smith and Rodaidh McDonald.
The xx will tour North America this spring, with headline dates kicking off April 15 in San Francisco, and further shows in Seattle, Chicago, Austin, Philadelphia, New York and more as well as festival slots at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Shaky Knees and others soon to be announced.
Due to popular demand, additional shows have been added in San Francisco, Austin and Toronto. Tickets for all dates are on sale today at 10 a.m. local time; visit thexx.info/tour for more information.
The North American dates will follow a historic European tour, including a record-setting, seven night run at the O2 Academy Brixton in London, marking the longest ever run of sold out shows at the legendary venue, performing to 35,000 people over seven hometown performances.
To celebrate the release of I See You, The xx will appear on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” next Tuesday, January 17.
I See You is the follow up to The xx’s two previous albums—xx and Coexist—which have sold over 3 million copies between them, winning a host of accolades along the way. Watch the video for debut single “On Hold,” recorded in Marfa and directed by Alasdair McLellan, HERE.
The xx Live
February 8                  Hovet – Stockholm, Sweden
February 10                Forum – Copenhagen, Denmark
February 12                Sporthalle – Hamburg, Germany
February 13                Heineken Music Hall – Amsterdam, Netherlands – SOLD OUT
February 14                Zénith – Paris, France – SOLD OUT
February 15                Zénith – Paris, France – SOLD OUT
February 17                Zénith – Strasbourg, France
February 18                St. Jakobshalle – Basel, Switzerland
February 20                Mediolanum Forum – Milan, Italy
February 21                Halle Tony Garnier – Lyon, France
February 23                Marx Halle – Vienna, Austria
February 24                Zenith – Munich, Germany
February 25                Arena – Berlin, Germany – SOLD OUT
February 26                Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt, Germany – SOLD OUT
February 28                Mitsubishi Electric Halle – Düsseldorf, Germany
March 1                      Forest National – Brussels, Belgium – SOLD OUT
March 2                      Forest National – Brussels, Belgium – SOLD OUT
March 4                      Motorpoint Arena – Nottingham, UK
March 5                      O2 Apollo Manchester – Manchester, UK – SOLD OUT
March 6                      O2 Apollo Manchester – Manchester, UK – SOLD OUT
March 8                      O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 9                      O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 10                    O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 11                    O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 13                    O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 14                    O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 15                    O2 Academy Brixton – London, UK – SOLD OUT
March 17                    Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff, UK
March 23-25               Festival Estereo Picnic – Bogota, Columbia
March 25                    Lollapalooza – Sao Paulo, Brazil
March 31                    Lollapalooza – Buenos Aires, Argentina
April 1                          Lollapalooza – Santiago, Chile
April 14                        Coachella – Indio, CA
April 15                        Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA – SOLD OUT
April 16                        Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
April 19                        Mesa Amphitheatre – Phoenix, AZ
April 21                        Coachella – Indio, CA
April 23                        Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum – Portland, OR
April 24                        WaMu Theater – Seattle, WA
April 25                        Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre – Vancouver, BC
April 28                        The Palace Theatre – St. Paul, MN
April 29                        The Eagles Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI
May 1                          Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
May 2                          The Masonic Temple Detroit – Detroit, MI
May 3                          Jacobs Pavilion – Cleveland, OH
May 5                          Express Live! – Columbus, OH
May 6                          Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD
May 8                          South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX
May 9                          Revention Music Center – Houston, TX
May 10                        ACL Live at the Moody Theater – Austin, TX
May 11                        ACL Live at the Moody Theater – Austin, TX
May 12-14                  Shaky Knees – Atlanta, GA
May 14                        The Red Hat Amphitheater – Raleigh, NC
May 16                        Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
May 17                        Skyline Stage at the Mann – Philadelphia, PA
May 19                        Forest Hills Stadium – New York, NY
May 22                        Echo Beach – Toronto, ON
May 23                        Echo Beach – Toronto, ON
May 24                        Parc Jean-Drapeau – Montreal, QC
May 26                        Thompson’s Point – Portland, ME
May 26-28                  Boston Calling – Boston, MA
June 8-11                    Bonnaroo ­– Manchester, TN
July 6                           NOS Alive – Lisbon, Portugal
August 10                    Oya Festival – Oslo, Norway
August 11-13               Flow Festival – Helsinki, Finland
August 18-20               Lowlands Festival – Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
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