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September 2019
On the road

Hot Chip have announced their biggest ever UK show, at Ally Pally in London

It's part of a wider tour in support of their upcoming new album.
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Published: 11:51 am, May 29, 2019
Hot Chip have announced their biggest ever UK show, at Ally Pally in London

Hot Chip have announced their biggest ever UK show.

The band will perform at Ally Pally in London as part of a wider tour in support of their upcoming new album ‘A Bath Full Of Ecstasy’, due 21st June.

They’ll also play at Banquet Records’ Pryzm on 20th June, Glastonbury and more. The details are:

JUNE
20 Banquet Records @ Pryzm, Kingston Info
21 Hot Chip Megamix @ XOYO, London Info
28-30 Glastonbury festival, Somerset

JULY
19-21 Bluedot Festival, Jodrell Bank, Macclesfield

AUGUST
04 Playground of Sound festival, Glasgow

OCTOBER
16 Limelight, Belfast
17 Olympia, Dublin
18 O2 Institute 1, Birmingham
21 O2 Academy, Bristol
22 Rock City, Nottingham
24 LCR, Norwich
26 Alexandra Palace, London

Check out their new single - and the album’s opening track - ‘Melody of Love’ below.

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