May 2nd 2011 will see the release of Chase & Status' new single 'Time' featuring rising British vocalist Delilah; this will be the second single from the duo's second album 'No More Idols' which was released in January. The first single from the album 'Blind Faith' featuring Liam Bailey scored the group a top 5 single and it looks like Time will equal that success.
For their second album Chase & Status decided to work with a plethora of emerging British talent including Maverick Sabre and Clare Maguire, in a recent interview Will told us about some of his highlights from the studio and who were his favourite artist to record with: "Liam was an absolute pleasure to work with. He is one of the most charismatic people we've met, it was a real honour and we were very lucky that we heard about him. White Lies is one of our favourite British bands, and to have them in the studio and write a song with us in the space of a day was very rewarding. We had a lot of fun with Tempah T who was a character and Tinie Tempah who we are very good friends off the back of touring the summer festivals; he is such a gentleman and a lovely guy to be around. We were fortunate to have good experiences with everyone."
Expect to see Chase & Status at various UK festivals over the summer.
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