Lip Critic will release their debut album Hex Dealer in May following a Manchester gig at the Deaf Institute.

The Manchester gig is one of three UK dates they will headline.

The NYC-based electronic punk band will release Hex Dealer on 17 May 2024.  Hex Dealer marks a 12-track release of postmodern pop.  The album promises to draw in the musical styles members of the group cultivated in their earlier projects.  Hex Dealer is produced in collaboration by vocalist Bret Kaser and Connor Kleitz.

Hex Dealer also features latest single Milky Max.  The song is accompanied by an official video showcasing a fully playable video game inspired by the song and designed by Jesse Natter, brother of Lip Critic drummer Ilan Natter.  The single follows previous releases It’s The Magic and The Heart which both feature on Hex Dealer.

Lip Critic will return to the UK later in the year to perform at End of the Road festival.

When do Lip Critic headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute?

Lip Critic headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute on 14 May 2024.  The Manchester gig is one of three headline dates they will play:
13 May   –   Bristol, Louisiana
14 May   –   Manchester, Deaf Institute
15 May   –   London, The Windmill

Image of Lip Critic courtesy Justin Villar