The Chemical Brothers
The Chemical Brothers
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The Chemical Brothers follow the release of their hugely acclaimed ninth album No Geography with the announcement of their biggest ever UK headline show, stopping at The O2 on Saturday 30 November 2019.
Support on the band’s November tour comes from very special guests James Holroyd and 2ManyDJs. Prior to those shows, The Chemical Brothers release a new single and announce the release of a special deluxe edition their classic third album.
Eve Of Destruction is the opening track on No Geography and has been a staple of the band’s DJ sets for the last two years. A relentless groove that gives way to a jacking house chorus, it features vocals from Norwegian singer Aurora and Japanese rapper Nene. The single is released ahead of their headline slot at Glastonbury Festival this month; a stunning visual for the track has been created by the band’s long term collaborators Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall.
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