HOT CHIP Share “Bath Full of Ecstasy” Video – Watch Now

HOT CHIP Share "Bath Full of Ecstasy" Video - Watch Now

Following the release of their fantastic new album A Bath Full Of Ecstasy in June, Hot Chip has spent the summer delighting festival audiences across the globe with their multi-coloured electronic pop rhythms. As the five-piece embark on the North American leg of their world tour, they are pleased to unveil the “game review” video for “Bath Full Of Ecstasy.”

The band say about the new video: “Oliver Payne (Safecrackers) is a British born, Los Angeles-based visual artist, video and film-maker, a friend of the band, and collaborator. His artwork was used on two of Alexis’ album sleeves and he is also a huge supporter and fan of Hot Chip. Oliver came up with the idea to make a video-based around a fictional computer game called ‘Bath Full of Ecstasy’, in the Hot Chip series, from Japan, circa 1988. The video consists of a Youtube-style review and demonstration of the game, which features each band member on their path to save the cursed kingdom, aiming to return melody and colour, and bringing back joy, with the help of the Bubblebath Fairy, a Microphone and some friendly strangers.”

Watch the video for “Bath Full Of Ecstasy” – BELOW:

Hot Chip are kicking off their world tour tonight with a 3-night run at Brooklyn Steel before dates across North American, Japan, Latin America, Europe and a return to the UK for their biggest headline shows to date. Tickets available here: https://www.hotchip.co.uk/

 

Upcoming live dates
Sept 3 rd – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY (Sold Out)
Sept 4 th – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY (Sold Out)
Sept 5 th – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
Sept 7 th – 9:30 Club – Washington, DC (Sold Out)
Sept 8 th – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Sept 9 th – Royale – Boston, MA
Sept 10 th – MTELUS – Montreal, QC
Sept 12 th – Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON (Sold Out)
Sept 13 th – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL
Sept 14 th – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
Sept 17 th – Vogue Theatre – Vancouver, BC (Sold Out)
Sept 18 th – The Showbox – Seattle, WA
Sept 19 th – The Showbox – Seattle, WA (Sold Out)
Sept 20 th – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
Sept 21 st – City of Trees Festival – Sacramento, CA
Sept 22 nd – Life Is Beautiful Festival – Las Vegas, NV
Sept 24 th – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
Sept 25 th – Fox Theater – Oakland, CA
Sept 27 th – Shrine Auditorium – Los Angeles, CA
Sept 28 th – CRSSD FES – San Diego, CA
Oct 9 th – Osaka Big Cat – Osaka, Japan
Oct 11 th – Akasaka Blitz – Tokyo, Japan
Oct 16 th – Limelight – Belfast, UK
Oct 17 th – Olympia – Dublin, UK (Sold Out)
Oct 18th – O2 Institute 1 – Birmingham, UK (Sold Out)
Oct 19 th – Barrowland – Glasgow, UK
Oct 21 st – O2 Academy – Bristol, UK (Sold Out)
Oct 22nd – Rock City – Nottingham, UK
Oct 24 th – LCR – Norwich, UK
Oct 25 th – Manchester Academy – Manchester, UK
26th Oct – Alexandra Palace – London, UK
Oct 31 st – Showcenter Complex – Monterrey, Mexico
Nov 1 st – Bugambilias Show Center – Guadalajara, Mexico
Nov 2 nd – Radio Bosque Festival – Mexico City, Mexico
Nov 7 th – VMF – Lima, Peru
Nov 9th – Fauna Primavera – Santiago, Chile
Nov 13th – Plaza Deportivo Cumbaya – Quito, Ecuador
Nov 15th – Popload Festival – Sao Paolo, Brazil
Nov 28th – Sala Riviera – Madrid, Spain
Nov 29th – Razzmatazz – Barcelona, Spain
Nov 30th – Alcatraz – Milan, Spain
Dec 2nd – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dec 3rd – Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany
Dec 4 th – den Atelier – Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Dec 5 th – Les Docks – Lausanne, Switzerland
Dec 7 th – Elysée Montmartre – Paris, France (Sold Out)
Dec 8 th – Elysée Montmartre – Paris, France (Sold Out)
Dec 10 th – Muziekcentrum Triz – Antwerp, Belgium
Dec 11 th – Docks – Hamburg, Germany
Dec 12 th – Vega – Copenhagen, Denmark
Dec 14 th – Vasateatern – Stockholm, Sweden
Dec 15 th – Rockefeller – Oslo, Norway

 

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