Mark Burgess this month released long-awaited new music under the ChameleonsVox banner — the latest incarnation of post-punk favorites The Chameleons, also featuring long-serving drummer John Lever — in the form of the 4-song M+D=1(8) EP, and this morning he’s treated fans to a music video for lead-off track “Sycophants,” which you can watch below.
The EP features Burgess’ first new music in a decade — original songs “Sycophants,” “Heaven” and “Feel the Need” plus a cover of The Beatles classic “Across the Universe” — and can now be ordered through the band’s online store at blueapplemusic.co.uk.
The disc is a limited-edition release, the band has noted, “so when they’re gone, they’re gone.”
ChameleonsVox currently are on tour in Europe through early December.
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- Mark Burgess to release new ChameleonsVox 4-song EP, tour Europe this fall
- The Chameleons to reissue 4th album, release new rarities set with ‘Tony Fletcher’ EP
- Vintage Video: The Chameleons in London, 1984 — watch full 100-minute concert
- Video: ChameleonsVox plays 50-minute set at Primavera Sound — full webcast
- Video: Mark Burgess’ ChameleonsVox performs 4 songs for KEXP in Seattle