The xx release “Say Something Loving” video

The xx release video for “Say Something Loving”.

The xx have released a new video for their single “Say Something Loving.” Filmed in the band’s hometown of London, the video was directed by renowned photographer and filmmaker Alasdair McLellan, who also directed the video for previous single “On Hold” (which was shot in Marfa, Texas). “Say Something Loving” is taken from The xx’s third album I See You. Of the video, The xx say, “We wanted to celebrate our home town and revisit some of the places that reminds us of our friendship when we were growing up.

The xx launch their Night + Day Brixton festival tomorrow (Wednesday March 8) in London. The festival runs for eight days from March 8-15 and features a remarkable program of events across multiple areas of the arts. In addition to The xx’s record-breaking run of seven sold out shows at London’s legendary 5,000 capacity O2 Academy Brixton, Night + Day Brixton will feature a series of creative collaborations with musicians, producers, DJs, local partners and charities that The xx are passionate about.

These include:

– Night + Day Brixton Cinema @ The Whirled Cinema: Every day screenings of The xx’s favourite films and curations from guest directors, featuring Q+A talks and panels. Curators include The xx, Jeremy Deller, Gurl Talk (Adwoah Aboah), Andrea Arnold and Romain Gavras. All taking place at The Whirled Cinema, 259-260 Hardess Street, London SE24 OHN. Full details here:

– Night + Day Brixton Charities: Proceeds from certain events within Night + Day Brixton are being used to support local initiatives. Full details at

– Unique support line ups for each of the O2 Academy shows, hand picked by The xx themselves. Featuring: Sampha, Joy Orbison, Kelela, Ben UFO b2b Beatrice Dillon, Robyn RBN / RMX live, Benji B, Francis and the Lights, Floating Points, Cat Power (solo), Jehnny Beth (solo piano), SIREN DJs, The London Contemporary Orchestra Performs Mica Levi, Daniel Brandt (DJ set) and Gilles Peterson. Full details here:

– Night + Day Brixton After Parties: The xx have teamed up with some of their favourite clubs, promoters and DJs for a series of after parties in the local area. These include: Trouble Vision, Joy Orbison, Jon Rust, Deviation, Sampha, Benji B & Judah, Bok Bok & Kelela, Oneman, Mischa Mafia, Cadenze, SOBAD, MELE, Erol Alkan, Barely Legal, Mixhell, Robyn & Mr Tophat, Haai, Reconwrong, Brother May, Cobey Sey. Full details here:

– Jamie xx and Friends 6 Hour DJ Set: Jamie xx will headline and host an all day party (2pm-8pm) at the O2 Academy Brixton on Sunday 12th March, with all proceeds going to local charities (see below). This show has now fully sold out (

– Reprezent Radio Collaboration: A week-long collaborative curation between The xx and Reprezent Radio DJs based in POP Brixton. Daily broadcasts will feature the likes of: The xx, Young Turks, DJ Semtex, Chuku Umanna MP, Sian Anderson, Kurupt FM, Francis and the Lights, Dan Alani from Warpaint, Jamie xx, Jessy Lanza, Richard Russell, Sampha, Obongjayar, P Money, MNEK and Gilles Peterson among others.


March 8 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 9 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 10 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 11 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 13 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 14 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 15 O2 Academy Brixton—London, UK—SOLD OUT
March 17 Motorpoint Arena—Cardiff, UK—SOLD OUT
March 23-25 Festival Estereo Picnic—Bogota, Columbia
March 25 Lollapalooza—Sao Paulo, Brazil
March 31 Lollapalooza—Buenos Aires, Argentina
April 1 Lollapalooza—Santiago, Chile
April 14 Coachella—Indio, CA—SOLD OUT
April 15 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium—San Francisco, CA—SOLD OUT
April 16 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium—San Francisco, CA—SOLD OUT
April 17 Bill Graham Civic Auditorium—San Francisco, CA
April 19 Mesa Amphitheatre—Phoenix, AZ
April 21 Coachella—Indio, CA—SOLD OUT
April 23 Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum—Portland, OR
April 24 WaMu Theater—Seattle, WA—SOLD OUT
April 25 Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre—Vancouver, BC—SOLD OUT
April 28 The Palace Theatre—St. Paul, MN—SOLD OUT
April 29 The Eagles Ballroom—Milwaukee, WI
May 1 Aragon Ballroom—Chicago, IL—SOLD OUT
May 2 The Masonic Temple Detroit—Detroit, MI
May 3 Jacobs Pavilion—Cleveland, OH
May 5 Express Live!—Columbus, OH
May 6 Merriweather Post Pavilion—Columbia, MD
May 8 South Side Ballroom—Dallas, TX—SOLD OUT
May 9 Revention Music Center—Houston, TX—SOLD OUT
May 10 ACL Live at the Moody Theater—Austin, TX—SOLD OUT
May 11 ACL Live at the Moody Theater—Austin, TX—SOLD OUT
May 12-14 Shaky Knees—Atlanta, GA
May 14 The Red Hat Amphitheater—Raleigh, NC
May 16 Stage AE—Pittsburgh, PA
May 17 Skyline Stage at the Mann—Philadelphia, PA
May 19 Forest Hills Stadium—New York, NY—SOLD OUT
May 20 Forest Hills Stadium—New York, NY
May 22 Echo Beach—Toronto, ON
May 23 Echo Beach—Toronto, ON—SOLD OUT
May 24 Parc Jean-Drapeau—Montreal, QC
May 26 Thompson’s Point—Portland, ME
May 26-28 Boston Calling—Boston, MA
May 31-June 4 Primavera Sound—Barcelona, Spain
June 8-11 Bonnaroo—Manchester, TN
July 1 Open’er Festival—Gdynia, Poland
July 6 NOS Alive—Lisbon, Portugal
July 8 Firenze Summer Festival—Florence, Italy
July 28-30 Fuji Rock Festival—Niigata, Japan
August 10 Oya Festival—Oslo, Norway
August 10-12 Way Out West Festival—Gothenburg, Sweden
August 11-13 Flow Festival—Helsinki, Finland
August 15 Sunset Festival—Sigulda, Latvia
August 17 Pukkelpop Festival—Hasselt, Belgium
August 18-20 Lowlands Festival—Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
September 7-10 Bestival—Dorset, U.K.
September 10 Lollapalooza—Berlin, Germany