The Chats have announced that they’re finally turning their memeworthy bangers into a full length album, with the announcement of their debut High Risk Behaviour.
Along with the album announcement, they’ve also dropped a new single titled ‘The Clap’ which is about exactly what you think it’s about.
On top of that, they’ve dropped a music video, directed by Matt Weston, which is slightly NSFW and 100% completely cooked.
‘The Clap’ follows 2019 singles ‘Pub Feed’ and ‘Identity Theft’, as well as their little impromptu and not-at-all subtle acoustic song ‘I Hope Scott’s House Burns Down’.
The Chats will be playing St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival all around the country, kicking off at the start of next month.
High Risk Behaviour is out Friday, 27th March.
Watch the video, at your own risk, for ‘The Clap’ below.