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The Chemical Brothers share new track, ‘Free Yourself’: Listen

It’s the legendary duo’s first original music in three years…

The Chemical Brothers have shared a brand new track, ‘Free Yourself’, their first new music in over three years.

Having teased that new material was on the way back in June with the 14-second ‘EBW 12’, this new track is the first original track proper to come from the legendary UK duo since their 2015 album ‘Born In The Echoes’. You can listen to it below, it’s massive.

The new track comes just a week before the duo are set to make their Alexandra Palace debut on 5th October. 

Back in June, Beth Orton shared a previously unreleased collaborative track made with The Chemical Brothers in the '90s. The cover of Tim Buckley's ‘I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain’ was one of several tracks on which the vocalist worked alongside the influential electronic outfit.