"We listened to the playback that first day of recording and decided right then and there that we had to be a band," Chris recalls.
The album Give It Back To You was written, recorded, and mixed by the band in Alex's living room, retaining the raw and untouched sound they strive to make.
"When recording we trust early takes, love soulful mistakes, and record much of the song together live so we can keep the vibe of the recording feeling natural and still mix it with an aim to make the speakers move," says Chris.
"It's about making the right choices for the songs," says Chris, "keeping things as engaging as possible without compromising the integrity of the song. Everything we do comes from our desire to write the best songs we can and make the most honest music that we can.
"I always think of any performance as one less time, not one more time. Nobody can say how many shows you get to play in your life. So we try to play our guts out, leave it all on the table, and have fun doing it."
To coincide with the UK tour The Record Company will issue a double A-side single, Baby I'm Broken ( a new track) and Rita Mae Young.
The Record Company March 2017 UK tour dates:
March 17: Deaf Institute, Manchester;
March 18: O2 Institute, Birmingham;
March 19: Cathouse, Glasgow;
March 21: Thekla, Bristol;
March 22: 100 Club, London.