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The Chemical Brothers to share rare and unreleased music on 20th anniversary reissue of 'Surrender': Listen

They've also unveiled two previously unheard remixes of 'Hey Boy Hey Girl'

The Chemical Brothers have shared full details of their forthcoming 20th anniversary reissue of 1999 album 'Surrender'.

Initially announced early in the summer, the duo have now revealed a full tracklist for the deluxe reissue, which will be available in three-CD and four-LP sets, each featuring a DVD, a book and prints. The CD edition, which will feature the most bonus material, will take in the entire remastered album, as well as five of the duo's Secret Psychedelic remixes and a selection of rarities and unreleased tunes curated personally by the pair. The DVD, which will come with the CD and vinyl editons, will include a number of music videos as well as footage from the duo's set at Glastonbury in 2000.

Alongside the full announcement of the reissue, the pair have shared a Secret Psychedelic remix of 'Hey Boy Hey Girl' as well as KiNK's remix of the track. You can hear both below.

Universal will release the 'Surrender' 20th anniversary reissue on November 22nd. 

'Surrender' was the duo's third album and featured classic tracks such as 'Hey Boy Hey Girl' and 'Out Of Control'. The pair have a UK arena tour lined up for November including a date at London's O2 Arena on November 30th.

Ed Simons of the duo will be involved in the Stop Brexit Now! soundsystem in London on October 19th.