Hot Chip preview new album in New York

They perform stellar set at intimate sold-out show

Hot Chip previewed much of their new album at a special intimate sold-out show in New York City on Saturday night (February 2).

The band played just three songs from their second album ‘The Warning’, at Highline Ballroom, the rest of the set comprised of tracks from ‘Made In The Dark’, released in the US tomorrow (February 5).

With Alexis Taylor donning a wrestler’s belt for ‘Wrestlers’, the band played 10 songs before returning for the encore of ‘Made In The Dark’ and ‘No Fit State’.

Following the show the band decamped to Brooklyn club Studio B where they DJed till the early hours.

They will play another intimate show tonight in Los Angeles at the El Rey Theatre. The band recently announced a US tour, kicking off in Philadelphia on April 10.

They played:

‘Shake A Fist’

‘And I Was Boy From School’

‘Hold On’


‘Touch Too Much’

‘Over & Over’

‘We’re Looking For A Lot Of Love’

‘Out At The Pictures’

‘Bendable Poseable’

‘Ready For The Floor’

‘Made In The Dark’

‘No Fit State’

–By our New York staff.

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