Kygo teams with X Ambassadors for ‘Undeniable’

New track is available now

Kygo has released his new song “Undeniable” featuring X Ambassadors via RCA Records. The track is the follow up to Kygo’s most recent release “Love Me Now” ft. Zoe Wees which was released this summer and “Gone Are The Days” ft. James Gillespie which was released in the spring.

“Sam and I had so much fun writing this one together in LA then performing it last month at Banc of California Stadium,” Kygo shares. “It’s a special song to us and I hope everyone likes “Undeniable” as much as we do.”

“I’ve always had an affinity for big-ass love songs but don’t often end up writing them,” adds X Ambassadors lead singer/songwriter Sam Nelson Harris. “This one came together so organically and quickly— it was such a treat to write it with Kash, Nick, Whethan and Kyrre. I honestly couldn’t be more excited to sing it at all my friends weddings.”

Kygo recently played a massive sold out show in Los Angeles at the Banc of California Stadium in early September. This followed his triumphant first live show back in front of a crowd, where he sold out the historic Red Rocks amphitheater in June. He recently announced, and then sold out within 10 minutes, the biggest stadium in Oslo (Ullevaal Stadium) for a show scheduled for July 2nd, 2022. He continues his ongoing residency at The Wynn in Las Vegas. Additionally, through his lifestyle brand Palm Tree Crew, he recently threw his one-of-a-kind intimate festival experience, Palm Tree Music Festival at the Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton, NY. The single-day event captured the feeling of summer in paradise and featured performances by Kygo himself, Zedd, Gryffin (DJ Set), Frank Walker and Forester.

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