The Chemical Brothers announce ninth studio album

The Chemical Brothers proceed gaining momentum on account of their latest reemergence inside public earshot.

Their return endures with, “Got To Keep On.” The duo has formally introduced their ninth studio album, No Geography, which shall be out April 12 on Astralwerks. “Got To Keep On” employs a menagerie of classic synths, which the group combines with chanting and an array of noises which have a strategic manner of becoming inside the thematic of the monitor. The monitor is the idyllic illustration of what’s in retailer for the trailblazing digital outfit.

Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons of the group pushed the reset button when it got here to crafting this latest album. They recorded your complete mission in a tiny room that housed the form of package that they had beforehand used to file the majority of their first two albums. 20 years later, they revived the gear to assist spur creativity for the brand new compilation. An official launch concerning the album states that the duo drew inspiration from the ideas of randomness and jagged edges, and that most of the songs have been constructed round vocal samples. This has been obvious by the three tracks which were launched thus removed from the album, “Got To Keep On,” “MAH,” and “Free Yourself.”

Track Listing – No Geography

1. Eve Of Destruction
2. Bango
three. No Geography
four. Got To Keep On
5. Gravity Drops
6. The Universe Sent Me
7. We’ve Got To Try
eight. Free Yourself
9. MAH
10. Catch Me I’m Falling

Photo Credit: Hamish Brown