Hot Chip Announce New Album Freakout/Release, Share Video for New Song “Down”: Watch

Hot Chip Announce New Album Freakout/Release, Share Video for New Song “Down”: Watch

Check out the group’s upcoming tour dates behind their first full-length in three years

April 19, 2022

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Hot Chip have announced their first album in three years. Freakout/Release is out August 19 via Domino. The follow-up to A Bath Full of Ecstasy is Owen Clarke, Al Doyle, Joe Goddard, Felix Martin, and Alexis Taylor was recorded at the band’s Relax & Enjoy Studio in East London. Below, check out the Douglas Hart and Steve Mackey–directed video for their first single “Down,” which heavily samples Universal Togetherness Band’s “More Than Enough.”

The album features contributions Cadence Weapon, Soulwax, and Lou Hayter. “We were living through a period where it was very easy to feel like people were losing control of their lives in different ways,” Joe Goddard said. “There’s a darkness that runs through a lot of those tracks.”

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Freakout/Release:

01 Down
02 Eleanor
03 Freakout/Release
04 Broken
05 Not Alone
06 Hard To Be Funky [ft. Lou Hayter]
07 Time
08 Miss the Blues
09 The Evil That Men Do [ft. Cadence Weapon]
10 Guilty
11 Out of My Depth

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​​04-19 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
04-22 San Diego, CA – Humphrey’s Concerts
04-23 Indio, CA – Coachella Festival
04-24 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren
04-26 Denver, CO – Mission Ballroom
04-27 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
04-29 Dallas, TX – House of Blues
04-30 Austin, TX – Stubb’s Waller Amphitheater
05-02 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
05-03 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
05-05 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
05-07 Mexico City, Mexico – Pulso GNP Festival
05-09 Boston, MA – House of Blues
05-10 Brooklyn, NY – Avant Gardner
05-11 Philadelphia, PA – Brooklyn Bowl
05-13 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
05-14 Chicago, IL – Radius
06-03 Glasgow, Scotland – Junction 1 Summer Series
06-05 Dublin, Ireland – Forbidden Fruit
07-08 Barcelona, Spain – Cruilla
07-15 Lisbon, Portugal – Super Bock Super Rock
07-16 Clitheroe, England – Beat Herder
08-06 Norfolk, England – Wide Skies & Butterflies
09-02 Malaga, Spain – Cala Mijas Festival
09-21 London, England – o2 Academy Brixton
09-22 London, England – o2 Academy Brixton
09-23 London, England – o2 Academy Brixton
09-24 London, England – o2 Academy Brixton
10-01 Berlin, Germany – Tempodrom
10-02 Cologne, Germany – Live Music Hall
10-03 Brussels, Belgium – AB Ballroom
10-05 Utrecht, Netherlands – Tivoli Ronda
10-08 Paris, France – Olympia