Today, The Chemical Brothers have released a brand-new track Live Again
Live Again begins simply with a descending, filtered riff and a pair of contrasting vocal lines – one razor spliced to pieces and reconstructed, the other an angel’s sigh. And then it all kicks off. What follows is a speeding rollercoaster of skittering rhythm, monolithic noise and blissful harmony, of ping-ponging analogue noise and cascading voices. It’s a perfect Chemical Brothers track – unstoppable, resolutely hopeful and, once heard, utterly unshakable.
Live Again features vocals from Halo Maud (Heavenly Recordings) and follows on the heels of the recently released single No Reason and is taken from the tenth Chemical Brothers album that’s due later this year.
The Chemical Brothers play a series of previously announced European/UK live dates across the summer and into the autumn. They play:
Thu 6th Bilbao BBK Live, Bilbao, Spain
Sat 8th AMA Music Festival, Romano D‘Ezzelino, Italy
Fri 21th Electric Castle, Cluj, Romania
Sun 23th Lucca Summer Festival, Lucca, Italy
Fri 4th Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire, UK
Sat 12th FEST Festival, Chorzów, Poland
Fri 18th Cabaret Vert, Charleville-Mézières, France
Sat 26th Rock En Seine, Saint-Cloud, France
Sat 9th The Bay Series, Cardiff, UK
Thu 26th OVO Hydro, Glasgow
Fri 27th AO Arena, Manchester
Sat 28th First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wed 1st 3Arena, Dublin
Fri 3rd Utilita Arena, Birmingham
Sat 4th The O2, London
The Chemical Brothers are Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons. For three decades, they have defined the cutting edge of electronic dance music both on their multi-Platinum selling records and with their hugely lauded hallucinogenic live shows which have played to millions at festivals and arenas all over the world.
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