“It’s Our Own ‘Born Slippy'”
The London quartet talk show return with their new single ‘Underworld’, the first preview of a new EP that was produced by Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard and Al Doyle.
The band’s new track ‘Touch the Ground’ comes ahead of the release of the EP, which is set to arrive next year.
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Singer Harrison Swann said of ‘Underworld’ in a statement, “It was the first of a “new batch” we started.” “It’s our own ‘Born Slippy.
“Finding a groove and closing in on it collectively really shaped the way we approach other tracks. Rhythm first. Vocals and guitar second. Steeped from thumping techno drum beats and lots of noisy rhythm, this track There’s a high-energy introduction to the new EP and a statement of intent.”
Listen to the new track below:
Discussing collaborations with Hot Chip members, Swann said: “Working with Joe and Al was a dream and really helped us to get the voices and ideas we had in our minds, that we might have expressed. Were too bad. For us it was basically about amplifying the talk show sound and seeing where we could go.
“I think their ‘anything goes’ approach certainly helped boost our confidence in terms of experimenting with sounds, arrangements, and mixes, not even once they said there was no need to do anything.” It was a bad idea to try, or it might not work, it was a matter of going, seeing what happened when that particular instrument or thing was in our hands, and seeing if we could do something for that track. can work, and in most cases it did!
“Don’t get me wrong it still sounds like ours, we haven’t sacked the guitar and gutted the Glockenspiels. It just sounds like a better version of us. We worked harder than ever and It’s made a big difference.”
The talk show debuted with Joe Goddard earlier this year on a two-part collaboration with house DJ Eli Brown.
Brown first shared the track ‘Trouble’, which the talk show molded its own version of with the help of Goddard.
The band’s debut single ‘Fast and Loud’ YALA! record in 2019.