In just two short years, electronic pop duo XYLØ has made significant strides, gaining millions of streams from their first EP America, their latest singles “Get Closer” and “I Still Wait For You”, and their feature on the Chainsmokers’ “Setting Fires”. Now, the vibrant duo is back with their latest, upbeat track: “Alive”. The track has all the elements that make it the perfect summer jam. Its electronic vibe also gives it a fresh, dance-y dimension that’ll make you want to move.


As siblings, Paige and Chase Duddy utilize their connection and generate some of the most uniform sounds that Los Angeles itself has contributed to the world of music. From what began as the band releasing songs solely on SoundCloud to them embarking on tours across the country, one can conclude that their rapid growth is due to not only overwhelming support from friends and fans, but also undying dedication and hard work.

Having recently concluded their tour with The Naked and Famous, signed a major label deal with Disruptor Records/Sony RAL, and released the electric single “Setting Fires” with The Chainsmokers…


XYLØ’s indie-pop beats are sure to spark your fire.

Chase and Paige Duddy, who just rounded up a nationwide tour with The Naked and Famous and produced the vocals for the Chainsmokers‘ hit “Setting Fires,” became an internet sensation before they even had one single track.

Here are five things you need to know about the brother-sister duo:

1. They set the bar high in the Chainsmokers track “Setting Fires.”

There isn’t a song The Chainsmokers release that doesn’t instantly turn into a hit, and Chase says XYLØ feels “really lucky” to have landed the vocals for “Setting Fires,” a track off the DJ duo’s five-track EP, Collage.

Listen to The Chainsmokers' New Single 'Setting Fires' From 'Collage' EP

The Chainsmokers still burn up the charts, and today (Nov. 4), the duo turns up the heat.

“Setting Fires” is the latest single from the duo’s newly released five-track Collage EP. It’s a slow-burning sensual beat with exotic undertones. XYLØ provides the slinky, breathy vocals. “Setting Fires” follows preceding Collage hits “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down,” and by the sound of this chorus, it’s probably destined to for serious commercial heights.