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Stream The xx’s Live BBC Session

Photographer Jason Nocito
September 11, 2012

To celebrate the release of their second album, Coexist, The xx recorded a live session at BBC's Maida Vale studios in London. You can listen to the entire three-hour program here; two hours in, the band talk with DJ Steve Lamacq about touring (Jamie handles it best, Oliver says) and recording Coexist in a windowless, East London "dungeon." After the interview, they perform five tracks from the new album, as well as two from their debut. For more, watch Romy Madley-Croft perform new single "Angels" live in Japan below, and read Matthew Schnipper's FADER cover story about the band here.

Stream: The xx, BBC 6 Music Live Session

Stream The xx’s Live BBC Session