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X Ambassadors’ VHS 2.0 Is Here

X Ambassadors are offering a deluxe version of their gold certified debut album VHS to fans now. VHS 2.0 features five additional tracks including two newly recorded songs. X Ambassadors and Tom Morello teamed up to record the fiery and volatile-rocker “Collider,” while X Ambassadors recorded “Kerosene Dreams” to add to the set.  A remix of “Low Life” featuring Jamie N Commons, now includes A$AP Ferg and an acoustic version of the gloriously stunning “Gorgeous (Live-Upstate Sessions)” is included.  The previously unreleased, but highly synched, song “Eye of the Storm” rounds out the set.  VHS 2.0 is available today, June 10th, via all digital and streaming partners. 

A$AP Ferg recently joined X Ambassadors on stage at their sold out Terminal 5 show in New York City to perform “Low Life.”  Watch the clip here.

X Ambassadors are currently out on their VHS 2.0 Tour and are confirmed to play several major festivals this summer including Bunbury, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and were just added to the lineup for Glastonbury in the UK.  This fall X Ambassadors will share the stage with The Roots, D’Angelo and John Mayer at the acclaimed Roots Picnic when it comes to New York on October 1st.  Tickets for the two day festival go on sale today at ticketmaster.com.

X Ambassadors will perform live as part of Good Morning America’s Summer Concert series live from Central Park, NY on August 5th.

X Ambassadors released their debut full length album VHS (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) in June 2015, where it debuted at #7 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and has since been certified gold by the RIAA.  The set was produced by Grammy-winning producer Alex Da Kid and features the platinum selling, #1 Alternative radio song “Renegades.” New single “Unsteady” is currently climbing the radio charts and an orchestral mix of the song is featured in the new feature film and soundtrack for “Me Before You” which hit theaters June 3rd. For more information and tour dates, visit www.xambassadors.com.
 

About Maddy Agers (205 Articles)
Editor and founder of The Digital Breakdown. Coffee and tea drinker. Enjoys reading, writing, and music blaring.

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