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Jamie xx It’s So Good In Long-Awaited Return

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Jamie xx unveils mesmerizing anthem ‘It’s So Good‘ in long-awaited return.

Four And A Half Minutes Of Stop-Start Tension

Renowned artist and producer Jamie xx makes a triumphant comeback with his latest single, “It’s So Good,” following the success of his 2022 hits, “Let’s Do It Again” and “Kill Dem.”

This subtly euphoric anthem, characterized by four and a half minutes of stop-start tension and release, is Jamie xx’s first release in over a year, promising to captivate listeners with its innovative sound.

It’s So Good – The Perfect Fit For Chanel Visually Campaign

The track not only showcases Jamie xx’s musical evolution but also serves as the soundtrack for Chanel‘s latest campaign video, featuring an enthralling game of musical chairs. Jamie xx expresses gratitude to Chanel for the collaboration, emphasizing the track’s perfect fit for the visually stunning campaign.

In the past year, Jamie xx has graced global festival stages and embarked on a North American tour with LCD Soundsystem and IDLES as part of the Re:SET Concert Series. Additionally, he collaborated with The xx bandmate Romy on her solo album, “Mid Air,” contributing to the single “Enjoy Your Life” alongside Fred again.. and Stuart Price.

Anticipation Builds For The Upcoming Endeavours

Exciting news for The xx fans: Romy confirms the trio is back in the studio after six years, working on new music that promises a fresh and invigorating direction. Reflecting on the experience, Romy notes the diversity of influences each member brings to the table, making the creative process wide open and thrilling.

As Jamie xx continues to push musical boundaries with “It’s So Good,” anticipation builds for the upcoming endeavours of The xx, hinting at a revitalized sound that stays true to their essence while embracing new and exciting elements. Get ready for a musical journey with Jamie xx at the helm, and listen to It’s So Good below:

 

Credits: MusicTech / Photo: Rolling Stone

Written by: Bla Bla Radio

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