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New Chase & Status Video

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Dance kings Chase and Status are returning with a new album, Brand New Machine, and the final preview single has launched with a novel 'twitter-takeover' video.

Count On Me features vocalist Moko, and by following a simple series of steps, you can watch the video 'through' your own, or anyone else's twitter profile, causing a virtual meltdown before kicking into the track.

Simply head to this link and follow the clues (works best on Chrome or Safari). Alternatively, just sit back and watch the video below and listen to yet another massive anthem from the duo.

Count On Me is released September 29, Brand New Machine is released October 7

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