The xx unveil new tracks 'Sunset' and 'Reunion' at Hollywood show - listen

The tracks will feature on the band's forthcoming second album 'Coexist'

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The xx have played two new tracks from their forthcoming second album – scroll down to listen.

Titled 'Sunset' and 'Reunion', they are the latest songs the band have played live from their forthcoming album 'Coexist', which is due for release on September 10.

Last week the band debuted a new dance-indebted track 'Swept Away' at a show in LA – scroll down to watch it. Previously, the band unveiled 'Angels' – the first track from 'Coexist', which you can also listen to below.

The London band have also announced a trio of intimate UK shows for September. They will take to the stage at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on September 10 - the release date for 'Coexist', followed by gigs at The Coal Exchange in Cardiff on September 11 and Edinburgh's Usher Hall on September 12. They will also play Bestival in the Isle of Wight on September 7.

Speaking about the making of 'Coexist', the band revealed that they have "gained confidence" since the release of their debut album, xx. "It's nice not feeling cripplingly shy," Romy Madley Croft said.

The tracklisting for 'Coexist' is as follows:

'Angels'
'Chained'
'Fiction'
'Try'
'Reunion'
'Sunset'
'Missing'
'Tides'
'Unfold'
'Swept Away'
'Our Song'


Tickets for the three shows went on sale last Friday (July 27). To check the availability of The xx tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.








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