The Chemical Brothers have been confirmed as the latest headliner of this year's Creamfields.
The pair will return to the festival to headline the Horizon stage on 24th August, and follow on from headline announcements such as Swedish House Mafia and Deadmau5, both of whom will appear as UK festival exclusives.
"From DJ sets in that intense backroom and then onto the crazy Courtyard at Cream, from live sets at Speke Airport and in the fields of Cheshire at Creamfields, so many beautiful memories," say Tom and Ed who make up the duo. "We’re excited to make more in August, Free Yourself."
The show will see them play music from across their career, as well as from new album No Geography, alongside their usual array of stunning visuals. Earlier this month, they dropped a video for new track 'Mah', which is the second song to be unveiled from their forthcoming album.
Also confirmed to play this year's Creamfields are Adam Beyer and Cirez D who will play b2b. A further wave of acts will be announced next week. The festival will return to its base of Daresbury in Cheshire from August 22nd-25th. For more information, click here.
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