The Beautiful Liar X Ambassadors
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- 1CHAPTER ONE: The Sleeping Giant00:43
- 2Beautiful Liar04:10
- 3My Own Monster03:15
- 6CHAPTER TWO: Enter The Shadow01:13
- 7Conversations With My Friends00:57
- 8I Can See The Light...00:36
- 9Palo Santo02:44
- 10Theater Of War01:08
- 11A BRIEF WORD FROM OUR SPONSORS--00:32
- 12Love Is Death03:34
- 13Somebody Who Knows You03:45
- 16AUTHOR'S NOTE01:18
Info for The Beautiful Liar
On their 3rd full-length album, The Beautiful Liar, the multi-platinum-selling alt-rock band X Ambassadors pay homage to beloved fictions of their childhood, sharing songs that tell the tale of a blind teenage girl discovering her long-dormant superpowers. It's the latest and most ambitious outcome of the band's hyper-creative tendencies. They have augmented the album's storytelling component by weaving in a series of interludes between songs that propel it's wildly original plot forward.
Multi-platinum-selling rock band X Ambassadors share a new song called “Okay.” Released via KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records, “Okay” follows the June release of their darkly cinematic track “My Own Monster” whose black-and-white visual finds Sam Nelson Harris performing a choreographed routine with his own shadow. Both songs will be featured on the band’s third studio album The Beautiful Liar which is set for release on September 24th.
“Life is unpredictable,” says Harris. “Things happen that are out of control all the time. We all are living in a constant state of uncertainty. And yet… I say it all the time. ‘Everything’s gonna be okay.’”
“Okay” and “My Own Monster” mark the start of a compelling new lyrical direction for X Ambassadors and is the first new music from the band since their hyper-creative multi-part project (Eg). A three-song effort released in early 2021, (Eg) found the band collaborating with a series of similarly forward-thinking artists, including Earl St. Clair, Terrell Hines, and Jensen McRae.
Ithaca, New York-based X Ambassadors make passionate, dark, electronic-based pop centered around the throaty, soulful vocals of Sam Harris. Formed in 2009, X Ambassadors also features Harris' keyboardist brother Casey Harris, childhood friend/guitarist Noah Feldshuh, and drummer Adam Levin. Originally going by the name Ambassadors, they released a self-titled EP in 2009. To the group's surprise, their song "Litoist" garnered online buzz and was eventually put into rotation on Virginia's 96X radio station. Another song, "Unconsolable," also drew listeners, and the attention helped score the band a management deal and recording contract. In 2013, the newly-minted X Ambassadors released their sophomore EP, Love Songs Drug Songs, on Interscope. They then joined Imagine Dragons and Jimmy Eat World on tour. The following year, the group received wider exposure when "The Jungle," a collaboration with Jamie N Commons, was featured in a commercial for Dr. Dre's electronics/headphones company Beats. On the heels of this success, X Ambassadors released their third EP, The Reason. In 2015, they released their debut full-length, VHS, which featured production from Alex Da Kid and included the single "Renegades." The album reached number seven on the Billboard 200. (AMG)
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