The xx cover Beyoncé’s ‘I Miss You’ – listen

Band cover the Frank Ocean co-written track from '4'

The xx have covered Beyonce’s track ‘I Miss You’ – scroll down to listen to it.
The track, from the singer’s 2011 album ‘4’ was co-written by Frank Ocean. “She is one of our favourite artists of all time,” the band wrote on their blog.

The xx are currently on tour in the US. Earlier this month, the band’s Oliver Sim joined Beyoncé’s little sister Solange onstage at her show at London’s XOYO venue to perform a cover of Nicole Wray’s 1998 single ‘Make It Hot’.

Meanwhile, The xx’s album ‘Coexist’ was recently names as the top-selling vinyl album of the year. According to figures released by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and The Official Charts Company, the band’s second album, released in September, 2012, beat off competition from David Bowie’s ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’ to claim the top spot.


In May and June this year, the band will play a series of events titled Night + day, set to take place in unusual locations – including a waterfront park in Portugal, an abandoned Berlin theme park and a London’s Osterley Park & House.
The xx will play:

Jardim da Torres de Belëm, Lisbon (May 5)
Spreepark, Berlin (May 18)
Osterley Park & House (June 23)

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