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The Chemical Brothers Announce New Album and Tour Dates

No Geography Due Out Spring 2019 via Astralwerks

Nov 19, 2018 Photography by Hamish Brown The Chemical Brothers
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The Chemical Brothers (Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands) have announced a new album, No Geography, and some tour dates. No Geography is due out next spring via Astralwerks. The exact release date and any other album details, such as the tracklist or cover art, have yet to be announced. But the album will feature the recent single “Free Yourself,” which the band shared back in September and for which they shared a video last week featuring a dance revolution at a robot factory. Check out the tour dates below, which include shows in America (their first U.S. shows since 2015), Mexico, and UK. Also below is the “Free Yourself” video again.

The Chemical Brothers’ last album was 2015’s Born in the Echoes, which was their first album in five years, although in 2016 they shared a brand new song, “C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l,” as well as a video for the song. There’s no word on whether or not that song is also on the album. “Free Yourself” is out now digitally via Astralwerks.

The Chemical Brothers Tour Dates:

North American Tour Dates:

May 12, 2019 - Mexico City, MX - Pepsi Center WTC
May 15, 2019 - Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Expo Hall *
May 16, 2019 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre *
May 17, 2019 - San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium *

*With The Black Madonna

UK Tour Dates:

November 21, 2019 - Leeds First Direct Arena
November 22, 2019 - Manchester Arena
November 23, 2019 - Glasgow The SSE Hydro
November 28, 2019 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
November 29, 2019 - Birmingham Arena

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