Jamie XX New Must-Hear Song ‘Sleep Sound’ (Unreleased) Surfaces

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Jamie XX

Jamie XX, the producer behind popular indie duo The XX, has just unveiled a new song appropriately titled 'Untitled'. This track is currently unreleased, and surfaced on Jamie's Live at Night + Day Berlin mix from earlier in the year. It is a refreshing downtempo track broken into several sections, each awesome in their own way. I haven't been able to stop replaying this one all day; stream below and stay tuned for news on an official release date. Enjoy

UPDATE: This song is actually titled "Sleep Sound" and is now available for purchase through iTunes here

Jamie XX – Sleep Sound



7 Comments to “Jamie XX New Must-Hear Song ‘Sleep Sound’ (Unreleased) Surfaces”

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  • No dl link?

  • hello where is the link?

  • download link pleaseeeeeeee

  • wat the fuck. fuck this blog, it tricked me into coming here but no DL link

  • let us download be a pirate mate!

  • Seriously? Just buy it. It's less than the price of a coffee. Stop being pathetic.

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