The frontman tells us what songs he's most excited about playing live from the new album.
Pioneering dance duo The Chemical Brothers have today announced a run of arena shows taking place in 2019.
The news coincides with the announcement that their brand new album No Geography is set to be released in spring 2019.
The new tour kicks off at First Direct Arena, Leeds on 21 November 2019, taking in shows in Manchester, Glasgow and Cardiff before finishing on 29 November 2019 at Birmingham Arena.
Breaking through in the late ’80s, the Manchester duo have become legends in electronic music. They’ve released eight studio albums so far and sold over 12 million records worldwide.
The duo are currently gearing up for the release of their ninth studio album No Geography. The record is due for release in spring 2019 and features the brand new single Free Yourself. The Chemical Brothers have incorporated the track into their live shows over the past summer and the euphoric tune has gone down a stormer with their huge army of fans. Check out the Dom&Nic directed groundbreaking visuals for the track below:
No Geography is the follow-up to the pair’s wildly successful 2015 release Born in the Echoes which debuted at No.1 on the Official UK Albums Chart and received rave reviews from the likes of NME and Pitchfork. That album earned the duo a Grammy Award nomination and features collaborations with artists such as Q-Tip, St. Vincent and Beck.
The band have recently been confirmed as headliners for All Points East Festival, taking place in London’s Victoria Park in May 2019.
Known for huge tracks such as Setting Sun, Hey Boy Hey Girl, Galvanize and Blue Rockin’ Beats, these newly announced shows are sure to be one of the highlights of next year.
Don’t miss your chance to see The Chemical Brothers perform tracks from their new album No Geography alongside some of their biggest hits when they tour in 2019.
Here are the dates:
24 May 2019 – All Points East Festival, Victoria Park, London
21 November 2019 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
22 November 2019 – Manchester Arena
23 November 2019 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
28 November 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
29 November 2019 – Birmingham Arena