Hot Chip share new track 'Burning Up'

Despite a new album 'Why Make Sense?' expected later this year, Hot Chip have now unveiled a new track that isn't intended to appear on their upcoming full-length.

The new track 'Burning Up' follows separately from their other two album cuts ‘Huarache Lights’ and ‘Need You Now’, but all three are available as instant downloads with all pre-orders of the band's forthcoming studio release.

'Why Make Sense?' is due out on the 18th May and you can check out 'Burning Up' in the player below.

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