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There's not a whisper of second album jitters on this follow-up from fearsomely singular childhood friends Jamie Smith, Oliver Sim and Romy Madley Croft. But—while opener “Angel” plays like an even leaner take on their signature witching hour sound—there’s discernible evolution in all those sonic spaces. “Reunion” boasts the unexpected calypso of synthesized steelpan, and “Our Song” is a warped, strangely intimate duet that lets Madley Croft and Sim’s vocals intertwine like tangled limbs.

Customer Reviews

Ohh…Maybe the next one.

I rated this album 3 stars because "it's ok" not only did their previous album set a high bar but the band itself i expected to supersede themselves in quality. i am a huge fan and i felt like the songs were very repetitive albeit full of great lyrics and messages but very monotonous and uneventful. if you let it take you and relax your mind when you come back to your senses you'll feel as if you were still listening to the same song even though maybe youre halfway through the record. also very important in my personal opinion i feel as if the best songs or the ones with the most potential are also the shortest! =( wish i could have more of them but repeat/replay is good enough i guess.

still supporting the xx and would love to see them perform and keep making albums!!


I love the xx, so far so good.

The XX Co-Exist -- great sequel

My interpretation of co-exist was that it was a sequel to the heart-breaking self-entitled album XX. I really enjoyed this second album. People, they can't re-create songs like crystallized over and over, that would be boring and mundane. I feel like they did an excellent job, most artists can't pull off superb "sophomore" albums. Cheers for The XX.


Formed: London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Atmospheric English indie pop group the xx formed in London around the talents of Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim, Baria Qureshi, and Jamie Smith, when the bandmembers were still in high school. Captivating and cool, the group cites influences that run the gamut from R&B (Aaliyah and Rihanna) to classic alternative rock (the Cure and the Pixies). Built around the duel vocals of Croft and Sim, the group's signature brand of moody, soulful indie rock first appeared on the public radar in early 2009 with...
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