X Ambassadors Return With The New Single “Ahead Of Myself”

Multi Platinum selling band X Ambassadors return with a brand new single entitled “Ahead Of Myself” which is the lead single from there new forthcoming studio album. The song follows there smash hit “Torches” which features on the new Transformers movie “The Last Knight”. Released on July 20, “Ahead Of Myself” was co-written with American multi-platinum selling songwriter, producer, and musician Scott Harris who is responsible for artists such as Shawn Mendes and the Chainsmokers. The single was added straight onto Spotify’s UK and Global New Music Playlists as well as Deezer and Amazon’s Brand New Music UK playlists.

“Ahead Of Myself” is the first taste of their new album, the follow up to the critically acclaimed, gold-certified debut album “VHS”, which featured the two multi-platinum hits “Renegades” and “Unsteady”. All of which is the product of mastermind and global Grammy Award winning producer Alex Da Kidd. The success of “VHS” saw X Ambassadors venture out on a near two-year tour, winning over fans around the world and performing at the likes of Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Life is Beautiful, Shaky Knees festivals and many more.

The three-piece band, formed of brothers Sam and Casey Harris and college friend Adam Levin, have collaborated with a number of top names such as Tom Morello, Elle King, A$AP Ferg, Wiz Khalifa, Eminem and labelmates Imagine Dragons on KidINAKorner music. Earlier this year they gave fans a taste of their current direction with the release of “The Devil You Know,” which featured in a trailer for the upcoming Tom Cruise film “American Made”, and of course “Torches” which was heard in Transformers: The Last Knight, and the inspirational “Hoping,” which came about following the US presidential election.

Big things are expected for the new single “Ahead Of Myself”, but right now I don’t think there’s any chance of slowing the X Ambassadors down. “Ahead Of Myself” is available now through ITunes, but you can listen to it below.

*Image Source: billboard.com


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