X Ambassadors Share ‘Hold You Down’ Video Celebrating Brotherhood

Multi-platinum selling rock band X Ambassadors release a new song from their forthcoming album ‘ORION’. ‘Hold You Down’ was produced by Ricky Reed and is available at all digital retailers.



It follows the release of ‘BOOM’ and ‘Hey Child’, all of which will be featured on the band’s new album out June 14th on KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records. Fans who pre-order ORION will receive all three songs instantly. Pre-order ORION here now.

Also out is an accompanying video for ‘Hold You Down’, which was directed by Najeeb Tarazi and features home video footage from lead singer Sam Harris and his brother, keyboardist Casey Harris’, childhood growing up in Ithaca, NY. It gives an inside look at the bond between these two brothers, something that has been a theme throughout their music.

“’Hold You Down’ is a song about devotion”, says X Ambassadors lead singer Sam Harris. “Saying to that one person / those people in your life, ‘no matter what happens, I will always be there for you’. My brother and I have lived through a lot together over the last 30 years, so I dedicate this one to us”.

X Ambassadors will follow up the release of ‘ORION’ performing album release shows in five cities across the US where they will showcase new material from the record plus fan favourites. The band recently performed a sold-out headline date at London’s Scala as part of their European tour and will continue this Autumn touring in the US. For a complete list of tour dates visit their official website. You can stream and download ‘Hold You Down’, here.

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