Chips share the first single from their forthcoming debut album, due this summer via She Said Feck Records.
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Fredericton pop-punkers Chips released a new single today. Modern Days is the first new music to surface from the band since their 2016 debut EP, Dingers.
Modern Days finds the band sonically polished, relaxed and in control. Having kept a relativity low profile over the past year with limited live performances, the time spent writing, rehearsing and subsequently recording an album’s worth of new material has helped carry the band’s sound forward.
Commenting on the track, Chips’ vocalist Adam Guidry said, “Modern Days was written when I was seeing the relationship I was in crumbling heavily due to social media. The first thing many people do when they wake up is look at a screen and it’s the last thing they do before bed. That can sometimes take a hold of a relationship in a negative way. The song is also about remaining positive no matter what is going on around you, even when you hit rock bottom. When you come up from that and persevere, it’s a really good feeling.”
Chips’ debut album will be released later this year via She Said Feck Records. Catch the band playing shows this month in Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John as part of She Said Feck Records’ label launch celebrations.
Fredericton | March 2 | The Capital w/ Diner Drugs + Fire Rescue
Moncton | March 3 | Tide and Boar w/ Fire Rescue + Radium Doxy
Saint John | March 31 | Peppers Pub w/ Tortoise the Hare & the Millionaire + Little Cities
Related: Fredericton-based artist manager Kate Butler makes things official with new label and management company.