Earlier this week, Xylos, whose self-titled debut album slipped under far too many radars in 2011, announced that they’d begun work on their new album. And today, they’ve unveiled the proof.
“Summerlong” is the band’s brand new track and sees the Brooklyn, New York band even more amplified than on their debut, with bigger synthesizers and more crystalline production. It is available to stream down below.
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