The Neighbourhood releases new album

Announces Rescheduled 2021 World Tour Chip Chrome & the Mono-Tones Out Now via Columbia Records

Today, The Neighbourhood releases their new album, Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones, via Columbia Records. Already approaching 50 million streams and views combined, the album includes previously-released singles “Pretty Boy,” which came with a Ramez Silyan-directed video that garnered support from peers like The Weeknd, “Devil’s Advocate,” “Cherry Flavoured,” and “Middle of Somewhere.”

The album is the follow-up to their 2018 release, Hard To Imagine The Neighbourhood Ever Changing, and also includes “Lost in Translation,” whose Mowgly Lee-directed video came out yesterday.

Speaking about the new album, Jesse Rutherford says: “Chip Chrome landed right on time & has proven to be the silver lining for The Neighbourhood.”

Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones finds the band fully transformed into the album’s title characters with Jesse Rutherford serving as Chip Chrome and the rest of the band as The Mono-Tones. Initially introduced in 2019’s “Middle of Somewhere” video, Chip Chrome and The Mono-Tones quickly became a vessel for inspiration and a tangible extension of the next stage of The Neighbourhood, the characters allowing for a new evolution of their sound and artistry.

Coinciding with the album release, The Neighbourhood are also announcing their rescheduled 2021 world tour. Set to kick off November 5th in Berlin, they’ll play 24 shows across Russia, Germany, Italy, France, and more before closing out the run December 8th in Manchester.

Listen to Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones above, see album details below, and stay tuned for more from The Neighbourhood coming soon.

Upcoming Tour Dates:

11/5 – Berlin, Germany @ Huxleys

11/7 – Vilnius, Lithuania @ Pramogu Arena

11/8 – Riga, Latvia @ Arena Riga

11/10 – Saint Peterburg, Russia @ Jubille Arena

11/11 – Moscow, Russia @ Adrenaline Stadium

11/13 – Kiev, Ukraine @ Palace of Sports

11/14 – Minsk, Belarus @ Sports Palace

11/16 – Kraków, Poland @ Klub Studio

11/17 – Kraków, Poland @ Klub Studio

11/18 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Forum Karlin

11/20 – Warsaw, Poland @ Torwar

11/22 – Cologne, Germany @ Palladium

11/23 – Brussels, Belgium @ AB Main Hall

11/24 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Batschkapp

11/26 – Vienna, Austria @ Gasometer

11/27 – Bratislava, Slovakia @ NTC

11/29 – Munich, Germany @ Tonhalle

11/30 – Zürich, Switzerland @ Xtra

12/1 – Milan, Italy @ Fabrique

12/3 – Paris, France @ Le Bataclan

12/4 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ den Atelier

12/6 – Tilburg, Netherlands @ O13

12/7 – London, UK @ Brixton Academy

12/8 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Victoria Warehouse

cover art photographed by Adam Alessi

The Neighbourhood

Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones

Columbia Records

September 25, 2020

1.Chip Chrome

2.Pretty Boy

3.Lost in Translation

4.Devil’s Advocate

5.Hell or High Water

6.Cherry Flavoured

7.The Mono-Tones


9.Silver Lining

10.Tobacco Sunburst

11.Middle of Somewhere


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