Chew Lips Announce New Single

London-based dance pop duo Chew Lips have announced the release details for their new single Do You Chew? which will be out on June 11 via their own label Family Records, as part of a new deal with Sony Music. Do You Chew? is lifted from their forthcoming second album.

Listen to Do You Chew? via Soundcloud below.

The band’s debut album ‘Unicorn’ from 2010 was released via Kitsune, but Chew Lips decided to release their record independently this time. They have always had a very DIY attitude, which is something they are plan to continue now that their own label has been signed to Sony Music.

Chew Lips are vocalist / front-woman Tigs and multi-instrumentalist James Watkins. The band formed in 2009 after the pair had been in indie bands but then had the desire to form something new, something pop and something exciting. The band are currently putting the finishing touches to their second, as yet untitled album, which will be released in late 2012.

Watch ‘Salt Air’ lifted from 2010s ‘Unicorn’ below.

Chew Lips will be touring in the UK from May onwards in support of the single. Check out the list of live dates below.

Live dates:

05/01 Oxford @ Academy supporting The Rapture
05/03 Norwich @ Arts Centre supporting The Rapture
05/05 London @ Camden Crawl
05/05 Leeds @ Live At Leeds
05/11 Brighton @ Great Escape
05/17 Liverpool @ Liverpool Sound City
05/25 Manchester @ Chorlton Weekender

06/04 London @ Queen of Hoxton, Coppafeel! Curated by Fearne Cotton
06/07 London @ New Slang club night
06/15 London @ Fred Perry / Subsonic @ Garage
06/17 London @ Lovebox Festival / Dalston Superstore Stage

07/21 Sheffield @ Tramlines
07/27 Cornwall @ Leopallooza Festival, Cornwall

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