Last night The xx performed with the BBC's philharmonic orchestra. Against Madley-Croft and Sim's retiring mutterings, the classic instruments added a swarming pureness to the band's signature sound. It was broadcast of Zane Lowe's radio 1 show so for those who missed it, you can listen to it again online.

At the close of what seemed like the band's final output for the night, they appeared on Huw Stephen's late night radio show possessing an exclusive interpretation of Coexist's lead single 'Angels', courtesy of Four Tet. Simple and sleekly produced with a surprisingly chaotic bridge, the re-rub speaks hearty volumes all by itself. Listen below for yourselves…