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Chase & Status have announced their sixth studio album ‘What Came Before’.

The news is accompanied by new single ‘Mixed Emotions’ and music video, filmed in two halves and directed by UKMVA-winning Femi Ladi.

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The forthcoming full-length will follow their critically acclaimed specialist album ‘RTRN II JUNGLE’ and mark the inception point of their next phase.

Last month, the trailblazing duo AKA Will Kennard and Saul Milton returned to the scene with ‘When It Rains’ ft. BackRoad Gee, complete with a Jack McMullen starring, Hector Dockrill-directed cinematic visual as well as ‘Don’t Be Scared’ ft. Takura.

After dropping a series of teasers on their social media channels, the British electronic act directed their fans to whatcamebefore.net. The site unveiled a series of festival dates for this summer, including a slot at Parklife in Manchester, as well as an intimate album launch event in London.

Chase & Status have accumulated over 1.4 billion streams, 2.3 million album sales and sold millions of tickets worldwide. They have collaborated with the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Kano, Snoop Dogg, Rihanna, Rita Ora, Major Lazer, Nile Rogers, Slaves and many more.

Chase & Status 2022 UK Live Dates:

Intimate Album Launch Event @ London KOKO, 12 May

Presale tickets on sale Wednesday (20 April) at 10am – order new album for access here

Parklife Manchester Heaton Park, 11-12 June
Cardiff Alexandra Head, 15 July

Tickets on sale now from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets

Chase & Status ‘What Came Before’ Full Album Tracklisting:

Don’t Be Scared (feat. Takura)
Go
Censor (feat. Popcaan & IRAH)
Mixed Emotions
Over & Done (feat. Pip Millett)
Run Up (feat. Unknown T)
5AM
Headtop (feat. IRAH)
When It Rains (feat. BackRoad Gee)
Hold Your Ground (feat. Ethan Holt)
Blazer (feat. IRAH)
Consciousness
Forgive Dark

Image Credit: PRESS

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