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The Chats Want You To Swap Their Album For Drugs In Hilarious Infomercial

The Chats are doing a great job of promoting their new album – you can even shave with it!

Scuzzy Aussie punks The Chats want you to buy their new album, but not because of its music. In their new album infomercial, the trio explain all the exciting activities that go along with owning their debut record High Risk Behaviour.

Have you grown tired of musicians pouring their heart and soul into the art they create?” begins the narration. “Do you find yourself wishing there was a band that encapsulates Australian juvenile delinquency and stupidity? Well have we got the product for you!”

As the advert continues, we find that there’s so much more to The Chats’ LP than simply listening to it, you can smoke it, wash it, iron it and trade it for drugs – as expertly shown in the video below.

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The Chats’ High Risk Behaviour is released March 27 via Bargain Bin Records/Cooking Vinyl Australia.

They return to the UK and Ireland this October for a headline tour – get your tickets now.

The Chats UK/Ireland tour 2020

October

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 March 11th 2020, 3:40pm
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