Hot Chip record 'Over And Over' with homeless people

The clip is in aid of the hidden gig the band are doing for the Crisis charity

Hot Chip record 'Over And Over' with homeless people
Hot Chip have recorded a one-off video for 'Over And Over', featuring members of the Skylight homeless program.

You can watch the video, which is introduced by Hot Chip's Al Doyle, by scrolling down now.

The band are set to play a secret hidden gig in aid of homeless charity Crisis on May 5, and have shown their support to the charity by teaming up with Skylight for the new video.

Other bands playing 'hidden gigs' this May and June include The Bluetones, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Pipettes and Dodgy. Details of the gig's whereabouts are being withheld until the last minute by organisers.

Watch the new video for 'Over And Over' below.

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