The Chemical Brothers announce new album No Geography and UK arena tour
The Chemical Brothers have announced a new album No Geography and their biggest UK arena tour. Check out dates and ticket details below.
The Chemical Brothers have announced a new album called No Geography. Its slated to drop in spring 2019 via Astralwerks, and will feature their previously shared Free Yourself. It follows 2015s Born in the Echoes.
The Chemical Brothers have also announced their first string of live U.S. shows since 2015. Their short North American run behind No Geography kicks off in Mexico City on May 12, 2019. Theyll then hit Los Angeles for two nights and San Fransisco. Black Madonna will support the U.S. dates. Their UK tour begins in November 2019. Find the dates on their website.
For more details visit The Chemical Brothers website and see below for a full list of dates.
The follow up to the UK electronic legends 2015 LP, Born In Echoes, will include their recent single Free Yourself, for which they shared a cinematic video last week.
UK fans who pre-order the album this week will get early exclusive access to pre-sale tickets for the tour, which will be available from 26th November.
The duo have also announced more dates for the 2019 North American tour, adding shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Mexico City. Support for the Californian dates will come from DJ Mags March UK cover star The Black Madonna.
Set for release in spring 2019, the album will feature the single Free Yourself. It will be the bands first full-length release since 2015s Born In The Echoes.
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