Watch Jamie xx Perform "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This"

Pitchfork has shared some high-quality footage of Jamie xx playing at their annual Pitchfork Music

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Pitchfork has shared some high-quality footage of Jamie xx playing at their annual Pitchfork Music Festival. The video released today features Jamie xx spinning New Orleans legend’s Idris Muhammad’s “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This.” Originally released in 1977, Jamie xx’s modern-day spin of “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This” definitely places the song in a completely different context. You can watch footage of Jamie xx’s Pitchfork Music Festival outing above. Most recently, Jamie xx performed at Boiler Room NYC.

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