Chemical Brothers premiered their new track, ‘C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l’, on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last week (Monday 7th November). Now they’ve dropped the video for it, which you can watch below.
The duo, made up of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simon, collaborated with Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall who created the trippy visuals made up of distorted images from childrens’ TV shows.
‘C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l’ is the first new music from the Chemical Brothers since they released their eighth studio album, ‘Born In The Echoes’, last year.
The British duo will be performing four sold-out UK shows before the end of the year, including two nights at the legendary Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. You can see those dates below. They are also set to re-release each of their albums on limited edition vinyl for fans in the States.
Watch the video for ‘C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l’ below.
7th December: Glasgow SECC Arena, Scotland
9th December: Blackpool Empress Ballroom, England
10th December: London Eventim Apollo, England
11th December: London Eventim Apollo, England
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