The Los Angeles electronic pop duo XYLØ, comprised of producer/drummer/songwriter Chase Duddy and vocalist/songwriter Paige Duddy, have premiered the official video for their latest track “Alive” on Billboard. Directed by Daniel Iglesias Jr., (The Neighbourhood, X Ambassadors) the lively and colorful video concludes with a crazy twist and is the perfect companion to the up-tempo track. The video follows lead singer Paige while she experiences LA’s eccentric vibes and exciting nightlife.
“This song is so light-hearted and supposed to make you feel good, and I feel like the video totally reflects that,” said Paige.
XYLØ also recently announced that they will headline their first U.S. tour this fall.
In 2016, the duo was featured on The Chainsmokers track “Setting Fires” which has garnered over 105 million streams on Spotify and the lyric video has over 49 million views. With “Setting Fires” the band collectively has over 200 million streams across all platforms, was named one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Artists To Hear Right Now” and featured on People.com, Forbes and countless others. They have performed alongside artists such as Vic Mensa, St. Lucia, Marian Hill and to end a successful year, the duo brought their captivating live show to cities across the U.S. with New Zealand’s indie electronic band The Naked and Famous.
XYLØ broke out on the indie pop music scene with the release of their debut track “America,” a hazy pop ballad about love and freedom that was featured in an online PacSun commercial starring Kendall and Kylie Jenner. The internet lit up in response and the track garnered over 1.6 million listens on Soundcloud, as well as reached #1 on Hypemachine. After the success of “America,” the band continued to amass millions of streams (now at more than 38M) and multiple Hype Machine number 1’s before signing a major label deal with Disruptor Records/RED MUSIC.
Wed, Sept 6 Santa Barbara, CA @ Soho Music Club
Thu, Sept 7 San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Sat, Sept 9 Seattle, WA @ Barboza
Sun, Sept 10 Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore
Tue, Sept 12 Portland, OR @ Holocene
Fri, Sept 15 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge
Sat, Sept 16 Kansas City, MO @ The Riot Room
Sun, Sept 17 Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
Tue, Sept 19 Madison, WI @ High Noon Saloon
Wed, Sept 20 Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar Theatre
Thu, Sept 21 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
Fri, Sept 22 Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room
Sat, Sept 23 Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
Mon, Sept 24 Montréal, QC @ Petite Campus
Wed, Sept 27 Washington, DC @ DC9
Thu, Sept 28 Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
Fri, Sept 29 Boston, MA @ Great Scott
Sat, Sept 30 Philadelphia, PA @ Coda
Tue, Oct 3 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade – Purgatory Stage
Wed, Oct 4 Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
Fri, Oct 6 Houston, TX @ The Studio at Warehouse Live
Sat, Oct 7 Dallas, TX @ Dada Dallas
Tue, Oct 10 Tucson, AZ @ Club Congress
Wed, Oct 11 Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
Thu, Oct 12 San Diego, CA @ Casbah
Fri, Oct 13 Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram