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The Chemical Brothers announce expanded 20th-anniversary reissue of classic album, 'Surrender'

They've also locked in an arena tour for later this year...

Following on from their recent headline appearance at London's All Points East, The Chemical Brothers have announced the first-ever deluxe reissue of an album from their back catalogue.

They'll be marking the 20th anniversary of 'Surrender' with a new, fully expanded version of the record. The reissue will take in the full album, alongside 'Secret Psychedelic Mixes' of tracks from the record, remixes that were made around the release and a DVD featuring videos for some of the tracks and footage from their Pyramid Stage appearance at Glastonbury 2000.

'Surrender' was the duo's third album and featured classic tracks such as 'Hey Boy Hey Girl' and 'Out Of Control'. A release date and full details for the reissue are yet to be confirmed, but it will be available in both 12" vinyl and CD/DVD editions.

As well as the reissue, the pair have a UK arena tour lined up for November including a newly-announced date at London's O2 Arena on November 30th. Support on those dates will come from 2ManyDJs, and tickets will go on sale this Friday, June 14th. A pre-sale will go live on Wednesday, June 12th to O2 customers and fans who are signed up to the duo's mailing list. You can sign up here.

The final piece of new Chemical Brothers news for today is the unveiling of the video for 'Eve Of Destruction', the opening track to their latest album, 'No Geography'. You can watch the video below.

The Chemical Brothers will headline Glastonbury's Other Stage later this month. In March, they shared a 15,000 BPM remix they'd made for Formula One.