The Chemical Brothers have released their tenth studio album, ‘For That Beautiful Feeling’. Check it out below.
Released on Friday (8th September) via Republic Records, the record finds the longstanding British electronic duo at their most “vividly colourful, confident and deeply psychedelic”, as they bottle the “moment when sound overwhelms you and almost pulls you under yet ultimately lets you ride its wave.”
The 11-track album – which follows 2019’s Grammy-winning ‘No Geography’ – features the singles ‘No Reason’, ‘Live Again’ (featuring Halo Maud), and ‘Skipping Like A Stone’ (featuring Beck), alongside a new mix of ‘The Darkness That You Fear’.
The Chemical Brothers also shared a music video for ‘Live Again’, directed by their longtime collaborators Dom & Nic, who created the iconic videos for tracks including ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’.
“Working with The Chemical Brothers is a dream for any video director,” the duo said on the collaboration, which arrived in late July. “We’re really lucky to be still making films together after quite a few years. The Chems just keep smashing it with great tracks that demand videos that live up to the music and hopefully add something extra to the whole experience.”
Coinciding with the new record release, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons will play a headline DJ set at Amnesia Ibiza on 1st October. For the penultimate party of the Amnesia season, the duo will be joined on the Terraza by Italian DJ and UNCAGE label boss, Marco Faraone, alongside Eats Everything, and Amnesia resident, Caal.
Later in October, the pair will also release a new biography, ‘Paused in Cosmic Reflection’, that delves deep into their 30-year career with contributions from collaborators including Erol Alkan, Beth Orton, and Michel Gondry. The book will arrive on 26th October via White Rabbit, and is available to pre-order here.
Listen to ‘For That Beautiful Feeling’ below via Republic Records.