Hot Chip / October 2015 UK Tour

By on Tuesday, 21st April 2015 at 9:00 am
 

Header photo by Steve Gullick

Electro-pop quintet Hot Chip have announced a new run of headline dates in the UK for October including London’s Brixton Academy on the 22nd of October. The new live dates follow Hot Chip’s already sold out UK dates in May, which coincide with their new album ‘Why Make Sense?’, due for release on the 18th of May on Domino Records. Along with the live dates announcement, Hot Chip have also released a limited edition white label 12” featuring remixes of ‘Need You Now’ from Percussions (Kieran Hebden) and ‘Huarache Lights’ from band member Joe Goddard.

The band’s scheduled summer festival appearances include Glastonbury, T in the Park and Green Man. A full listing of Hot Chip’s worldwide live dates can be found on the band’s Web site.

Tickets for the following shows will be available for general sale starting Friday the 24th of April at 10 AM. Support on the October UK headline dates comes from new Domino signing Georgia for all dates except London, which will be opened by LoneLady. Previous TGTF coverage of Hot Chip, including the official video for ‘Need You Now’, can be found here.

Tuesday 13th October 2015 – Bristol Academy
Wednesday 14th October 2015 – Portsmouth Pyramid Centre
Friday 16th October 2015 – Glasgow Barrowland
Saturday 17th October 2015 – Manchester Albert Hall
Sunday 18th October 2015 – Leeds Beckett University
Tuesday 20th October 2015 – Nottingham Rock City
Wednesday 21st October 2015 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Thursday 22nd October 2015 – London Brixton Academy

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