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The Chats Announce Debut Album High Risk Behaviour

Beer-swilling punks The Chats will release their debut album in March

Aussie punks The Chats have announced details of their debut album High Risk Behaviour.

The trio’s first full-length will be released on March 27 via Bargain Bin Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia.

I just want people to have a good time,” says frontman Eamon Sandwith of the album. “I want them to dance around and have a beer and enjoy it. We don’t make songs for people to look at in a fucking emotional or intellectual way. We just make songs for people to jump around and have fun to.”

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He continues: “I think they’re good songs,” says Sandwith. “And at the end of the day, if I like it then fuck it, who cares if other people do?”

To mark the announcement, The Chats have released a video for new single The Clap.

I don’t want to make the songs boring, so I just keep them short and sweet,” says Eamon. “We try not to think about it or complicate it too much. You don’t want to force it or the song’s going to turn out crap.”

High Risk Behaviour tracklist

1. Stinker
2. Drunk N Disorderly
3. The Clap
4. Identity Theft
5. Guns
6. Dine N Dash
7. Keep The Grubs Out
8. Pub Feed
9. Ross River
10. Heatstroke
11. Billy Backwash’s Day
12. 4573
13. Do What I Want
14. Better Than You

The Chats High Risk Behaviour Artwork

The Chats return to the UK and Ireland this October. Get your tickets here.

The Chats UK tour 2020


16 Southampton, 1865
17 Nottingham, Rock City
18 Bristol, O2 Academy
19 Dublin, Olympia
20 Belfast, Limelight
22 Glasgow, Galvanizers
23 Leeds, Stylus
24 Newcastle, Boiler Shop
25 Manchester, O2 Academy
26 Brighton, Dome
28 London, Electric Brixton
29 London, Electric Brixton

Posted on January 16th 2020, 10:40am
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