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Live Shots: Hot Chip were ready for the floor at the Warfield

The UK synth pop outfit came with emotional energy to spare.

Alexis Taylor, Joe Goddard, and the rest of longtime UK synthpop outfit Hot Chip came tearing (emotionally and physically) into the Warfield for a foot-stomping, singalong night, Tue/19, celebrating the release of new single “Down” upcoming album Freakout/Release. As always, the band’s geeky energy drove the party ever upwards.

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