X Ambassadors: VHS [PA]

Audio Samples

>Y2K Time Capsule (Interlude)
>Renegades
>Moving Day (Interlude)
>Unsteady
>Hang On
>Gorgeous
>First Show (Interlude)
>Fear - (featuring Imagine Dragons)
>Smoke (Interlude)
>Nervous
>Low Life - (featuring Jamie N Commons)
>Adam & Noah's Priorities (Interlude)
>B.I.G.
>Feather
>Superpower
>Loveless
>Jungle - (featuring Jamie N Commons)
>Good News on the Remix (Interlude)
>Naked
>VHS Outro (Interlude)

Track List

>Y2K Time Capsule (Interlude)
>Renegades
>Moving Day (Interlude)
>Unsteady
>Hang On
>Gorgeous
>First Show (Interlude)
>Fear - (featuring Imagine Dragons)
>Smoke (Interlude)
>Nervous
>Low Life - (featuring Jamie N Commons)
>Adam & Noah's Priorities (Interlude)
>B.I.G.
>Feather
>Superpower
>Loveless
>Jungle - (featuring Jamie N Commons)
>Good News on the Remix (Interlude)
>Naked
>VHS Outro (Interlude)

Album Reviews:

Billboard - "The band makes Yeezus-filtered guitars, Southern Gothic howls and, of course, hand claps aplenty sound authentically swampy, belying the quartet's Ithaca, N.Y., roots."

Album Notes

Recording information: Capitol Studios, Los Angeles; Eastwest Studios, Los Angeles; House of Blessings Studio, NY; Larrabee Studios, Los Angeles; Songs Studio, Los Angeles; Westlake Studios, Los Angeles.

Photographers: Margaret Wakeley; Sam Nelson Harris; Ron Murray; Rob Harris.

X Ambassadors' full-length debut album, 2015's VHS, finds the New York outfit delivering more of its passionate, electronic-tinged pop. Once again working with executive producer Alex Da Kid (Imagine Dragons, Nicki Minaj, Eminem), VHS follows up the group's previous Alex Da Kid-produced EPs, including 2013's Love Songs Drug Songs and 2014's The Reason. As with those releases, VHS showcases the talents of lead singer/songwriter Sam Harris, keyboardist Casey Harris, and guitarist Noah Feldsuh. Featured on VHS are several guest collaborations, including the previously released "Jungle" with Jamie N Commons and "Fear" with Imagine Dragons. Also included on VHS is the hit single "Renegades." ~ Matt Collar



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