XYLØ Breaks Out On Her Own With Debut Solo Single “Heaven Only Knows” Video Release Today via Blackbook
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” …gorgeous electro-pop that’s as warm and inviting as the beaches of their California home.” – Entertainment Weekly
” …guaranteed to be a welcome breath of fresh air” – TIME Magazine
“Xylø Makes Dark Pop You Can Feel Good About” – NYLON
” …a searing synthed-out sand storm, pummeling against a howling expanse that would make a lovelorn Lana Del Rey swoon.” – Complex
“XYLØ’s ‘Get Closer’ video is a moody neon fantasy.” – FADER
“bright, sugary, edgy and effortlessly cool.” – Indie Shuffle
“XYLØ’s indie-pop beats are sure to spark your fire.” – People
A singer and songwriter from the suburban outskirts of Los Angeles, Paige Duddy has released her debut solo single under the moniker of XYLØ. Debuted by Blackbook today, the “Heaven Only Knows” video is the breakout celebration of a creator coming into her own. The seductive, guitar driven pop song with a hint of synth influence offers an incredibly catchy first glimpse into what’s to come from Paige’s solo venture.
Paige started her musical career collaborating with her brother. As a duo, they called themselves XYLØ and found immediate success, receiving millions of Soundcloud streams on their early tracks. Their original sound and organic cult following caught the attention of Adam Alpert at Sony Music/Disruptor Records leading to a major label record deal with Disruptor Records/RED MUSIC. In 2016 and 2017, XYLØ released their debut EP, embarked on national tours, performed at countless festival, accumulated millions of streams and earned a platinum plaque for their collaboration with The Chainsmokers on the song “Setting Fires” (by The Chainsmokers featuring XYLØ).
Having grown up behind the mic, Paige found her own powerful voice; one that currently resonates worldwide – both sonically and lyrically. XYLØ became Paige and Paige became XYLØ. She and her brother mutually parted ways, allowing her to shine and him to pursue his own endeavors. 2018 is a new chapter for XYLØ and an emergence for Paige as a solo artist. “I’ve spent the last 9 months discovering myself as a young woman and as a singer/musician – with all the ups and downs that brings,” she shared. “The new music is about what I’ve gone through during this time: living on my own for the first time, finding that XYLØ has always been my musical identity, and coming to terms with the changing dynamics in my life. I feel like I now have an individual voice and that’s what I’m excited to share as XYLØ.”