Hot Chip‘s fifth album, “In Our Heads“, is getting repressed as part of the June release for¬†Vinyl Me, Please¬†members. For those of you who missed the deluxe pressing back in 2012, now is your chance to snag a limited edition version that comes in a couple sexy colors. All of the details are below, including info on VMP for those of you who aren’t familiar.
– Special note from Joe Goddard of Hot Chip to VMP members
– Download card for ‚ÄėIn Our Heads‚Äô + 2 songs from recent release ‚ÄėWhy Make Sense?‚Äô
– 12‚Ä≥x12‚Ä≥ Art Print¬†by artist Michelle Holley (inspired by the album)
– Custom Hot Chip¬†Cocktail Recipe (paired with the music)
Vinyl Me, Please is a subscription label. You must purchase a subscription plan by June¬†2, 2015 to get this release (at no additional cost).
CLICK HERE for the full Vinyl Me, Please scoop.
To reiterate ‚Äď new subscriptions must be made by June¬†2, 2015 to make the window for this Hot Chip¬†release!
Recorded in London and produced by the band with Mark Ralph, In Our Heads is the band‚Äôs follow up to 2010‚Äôs intoxicating One Life Stand and their first LP for Domino.
The collective talents of Hot Chip‚Äôs Joe Goddard, Alexis Taylor, Felix Martin, Al Doyle and Owen Clarke have provided a consistently stellar output which continues to evolve with a deceptive effortlessness. While their lexicon of influences includes a diverse mix of soul, R&B, gospel, Detroit House, disco and funk, Hot Chip have created a uniquely identifiable sound. Since 2004, they‚Äôve released a string of ambitious and creatively bold albums of soulful, lyrical and melodic electronic pop. Their impressive debut Coming On Strong was followed in 2006 by the brilliantly buoyant The Warning, which earned the band a prestigious Mercury Music Prize nomination. 2008‚Äôs Made In The Dark spawned an international mega hit in ‚ÄúReady For The Floor‚ÄĚ, which picked up a Grammy nomination for ‚ÄėBest Dance Recording‚Äô. With In Our Heads, an unadulterated delight of an album bursting with dynamic floor fillers, euphoric earworms and verbose synth-fuelled love songs, Hot Chip cement their position as the world‚Äôs most talented electro-romantics.
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