Good Morning Mix: The Chemical Brothers reiterate their claim to legend status at Glastonbury 2019

It’s not often that a group throws down a career-defining performance after more than 20 years in the game, but with their headlining effort at Glastonbury‘s 2019 Pyramid Stage, The Chemical Brothers‘ did just that. For an hour and a half, the UK duo mystified the sea of festival-goers, presenting an ultimate synergy of audiovisuals for a true multi-sensory trip.

The set puts a focal point on The Chemical Brothers’ latest LP, No Geography, but stays in touch with the group’s erratic and charming past, laying down heaters of yesteryear like the dizzying “Star Guitar” and the always anthemic “Swoon.” With over 200,000 attendees in 2019, Glastonbury is about as big as it gets, but a performance that manages to be so over-the-top while still being so on point shows that The Chemical Brothers not only haven’t lost a step, but remain at the top of their game.