July 30, 2013 21:11

Chase And Status announce release of 'Brand New Machine' LP

The single 'Count On Me' will be released on September 29

Chase And Status announce release of 'Brand New Machine' LP

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Chase and Status have announced the release of their latest album, 'Brand New Machine'.

The dance duo's third LP will come out on October 7, preceded by the single 'Count On Me' ft Moko on September 29 – click below to hear the song. The album follows Saul Milton and Will Kennard's 2008 debut 'More Than Alot' and 2011's 'No More Idols'.

Following their headline set on Glastonbury Festival's Other Stage earlier this summer, Chase And Status will appear at Reading and Leeds Festivals next month, opening up for Eminem on the festival's Main Stage. They play Mallorca Rocks tonight (July 30) and Ibiza Rocks tomorrow (July 31).

Last week weekend tickets for Reading sold out. There are still a limited number of day tickets available for the Sunday as well as weekend tickets for Leeds. The annual bash, which takes place on August 23–25 will this year be headlined by Green Day, Eminem and Biffy Clyro. Other names on the huge list of artists also set to appear over the weekend across both sites include Nine Inch Nails, who will return to perform at the festival for the first time since 2007, as well as Foals, Frank Turner, Deftones and System Of A Down.

The NME/Radio One stage will be headlined by Skrillex, Alt-J and Phoenix. Other acts lined up to appear include A$AP Rocky, Major Lazer, Jake Bugg, Tame Impala, Azealia Banks, Disclosure, Peace, Palma Violets, Fidlar and Haim. See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds, Readingfestival.com and Leedsfestival.com for more information.

Click here to check the availability of Reading Festivals tickets and Leeds Festivals tickets.

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