Now this is the news we’ve been waiting for, seminal British electronic music group Hot Chip are geared to launch their sixth album in a matter of months.
The band headed by Joe Goddard and Alexis Taylor are set to launch their new album dubbed ‘Why Make Sense?’ with a title track that will launch you into the eargasmosphere!
The first single dubbed ‘Huarache Lights’ is a brooding house track filled with electric guitars, plenty of percussion and the signature Hot Chip sweet vocals. The music video is a pulsating with a combination of lights synchronised to the music onto what looks like a big ass sound systems?
As well as the ten track LP, the group will release a four-track EP as part of a limited time special edition release.
Check out the music video for Huarache Lights, the track listings, as well as their planned euro + US tour below!
The LP is due to come out on 18th of May on Domino and iTunes.
Hot Chip ‘Why Make Sense?’ track listing
01. Huarache Lights
02. Love Is The Future
03. Cry For You
04. Started Right
05. White Wine and Fried Chicken
06. Dark Night
07. Easy To Get
08. Need You Now
09. So Much Further To Go
10. Why Make Sense?
Separate EP for limited edition version:
1. Burning up
3. Move With Me
May 12 – Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow
May 13 – Gorilla, Manchester
May 14 – Oval Space, London
May 17 – Les Nuits Botanique, Brussels
May 19 – Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam
May 20 – Heimathafen, Berlin
May 21 – La Gaite Lyrique, Paris
May 25 – Sasquatch Festival, George, WA
May 26 – Roseland Theater, Portland, OR
May 28 – Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO
May 30 – First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
May 31 – Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI
June 2 – Majestic Theatre, Detroit, MI
June 3 – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON
June 4 – House of Blues, Boston, MA
June 5 – Echostage, Washington, DC
June 5 to 7 – The Governors Ball Music Festival, New York, NY
June 18 – Sonar By Day Festival, Barcelona
June 19 – Sonar By Night Festival, Barcelona
August 11 – The Greek Theatre (plus special guests), Los Angeles, CA
August 21 – Green Man Festival, Crickhowell