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XYLØ premieres new song “I Still Wait For You” + to perform at Mysteryland USA and Electric Forest

Brother sister duo XYLØ, comprised of producer/drummer/songwriter Chase Duddy and his younger sister vocalist/songwriter Paige Duddy, unveiled their latest track “I Still Wait For You” on PopCrush yesterday.  “I Still Wait For You” showcases a raw, emotional side to XYLØ coupled with an up-tempo beat that will have you singing along in no time. CLICK HERE to purchase and LISTEN HERE.

XYLØ recently performed at Shaun White’s Air + Style Festival alongside Vic Mensa, St. Lucia and Marian Hill. They are also slated to perform at summer festivals including Mysteryland USA and Electric Forest.

In 2016, the duo was featured on the The Chainsmokers trackSetting Fires” which has garnered over 85.5 million streams on Spotify and the lyric video has over 45 million views. XYLØ was also named one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Artists To Hear Right Now” as well as featured on People.com, Forbes and countless others. To end a successful year, the duo brought their captivating live show to cities across the U.S. with New Zealand’s indie electronic band The Naked and Famous.

For the latest on XYLØ or for more info on upcoming tour dates, please visit www.xylo-music.com.


June 9                                    Mysteryland USA Festival in Bethel Woods, NY

June29 – July 2                     Electric Forest in Rothbury, MI

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