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THIS IS IMPORTANT-- Pay attention to where you are and what you’re doing as you read this, for years from now your descendants will ask about this day. Today, we -- Chip, Drifty, and you -- make history. Gone is the Chip & Drifty of old. The band that existed merely to entertain. To jest. To bang cymbals together like a hairy toy monkey.

Today, funny is over, as we announce our new full-length album, Oh, Profundity, which includes the three recent-ish EP's -- “Oh,” “Pro,” and “Fun” -- plus two bonus ditties previously unreleased. And to prove we are now a band of absolute solemnity, you can download Oh, Profundity, whole or in part, for free for the next 88 hours. That gives you until 12:00:59 AM, July 14th, for the free stuff. Come 12:01, all bets are off.

Watch the video below to appreciate our transformation. And share the limited-time, free offer with anyone you want. Seriously.





Your friend,
Chip & Drifty

P.S. And now, the news...
Our Second EP!

Thursday May 29, 2014 @ 12:14 pm Edit This

Hot on the heels of the massively successful EP entitled “Oh.,” Chip & Drifty releases the next in their colorful collection of mysteriously named, bite-sized albums, this one called “Pro.” These are dance songs, so play them loud and shake it.

Less Recentest News:

Hey Look, New Music!Chip & Drifty announces a veritable cornucopia of slightly pre-holiday fantastic-ness, with the unveiling of our EP, entitled “Oh.” Read all about it, listen to it, and buy it right there on the homepage section and on the “weee!” page. And there’s more music on the way, so stay tuned.

Oh, and we might be about to shoot our first-ever music video. And just in time, too: We hear there’s a cable channel called Music Television that’s totally into this kind of stuff. Who knows, right? more »

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