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Ashe and Finneas Will Have You California Dreaming With ‘Kimmel’ Performance: Watch

Finneas is a Grammy Award winner, Ashe is a Hot 100 hitmaker. The hot, 20-something artists team up on “Till Forever Falls Apart,” which dropped earlier this week and simply oozes with romance.

On Wednesday night (March 4), the pair performed their duet on Jimmy Kimmel Live, using the backdrop of Malibu to set a stunning scene.

“‘Till Forever Falls Apart’ is one of my favorite songs with one of my favorite people. If I’ve learned anything from ‘Moral of the Story,’ it’s that accepting the hard truth is strangely comforting,” Ashe said in a statement. “This song, while sounding like the most romantic song I’ve ever written, is about acceptance as well.”

The performance clip captures nature – and pop — at its finest.

You’ll be California dreaming after watching. Check it out below.

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