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Meet X&Y - your new favourite band.
X&Y are Ben (22, keyboard and vocals), Ash (23, guitar and vocals) and Rhys (22, drums); three friends who have come together to write some brilliant songs.
They have just released their fantastic debut EP ‘Experience X’. The EP contains three tracks: ‘Breathe’, ‘Rocket Science’ and ‘This Love’ - all of which have attracted a wave of acclaim from bloggers and music critics.
The band wrote and produced lead track ‘Breathe’ with Tinashé Fazakerley (Rationale) and Anu Pillai (Freeform Five, Roisin Murphy).
‘This Love’ was produced by Secaina Hudson, and ‘Rocket Science’ saw the band climbing the Hype Machine charts as they teamed up with Iain James (Read All About It - Emeli Sande, Nick Jonas, Ella Henderson), and Adam Argyle (James Bay, Gabrielle Aplin, Elle Eyre).
The band have been writing and recording with a plethora of the great and the good from the pop world, and stunning audiences throughout London with their live performances.
Acclaim for X&Y so far:
Track of the Day - Q Magazine
“Brilliant pop” - Line of Best Fit
“A supple, subtle, extravagantly dark piece of pop songwriting” - Clash
"London based trio, X&Y, might want to brace themselves for a wave of new fans, as their debut single, “This Love”, functions more than just your standard internet-hype-track-of-the-day.” - When The Gramophone Rings
“X&Y impress with their melodic pop sound” - Music Week
“Breathe is a timeless, quality track that stands up to repeated listens” - Record of the Day
“With this one stonking pop song, a new music obsession has been well and truly initiated” - EQ Music
“Infectious Pop-Rock energy…thrilling” - I Heart Moosiq
“Rocket Science is a soulful pop gem” - Fame Magazine
“Rocket Science aims to catch the ear and genuinely succeeds” - Popped Music