Legendary UK duo; The Chemical Brothers have been teasing their new album ‘No Geography’ ever since they announced last November, that their ninth studio album would arrive this Spring. Twenty-four years after their first album ‘Exit Planet Dust’, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have now released another single off of their forthcoming album, which is titled ‘Got To Keep On’. On top of that, the duo have now revealed an actual release date for the new album, which is due out on April 12th.
‘Got To Keep On’ is the third single of ‘No Geography’, and it follows the success of the previously released tracks ‘MAH’ and ‘Free Yourself’. It’s a refreshing, but slightly eyebrow-raising track, full of synths and percussion, ringing bells and tribal-like vocal loops chanting “Got to keep on making me high”. The result is a groovy, and maybe even disco-inspired track, proving once again what The Chemical Brothers are capable of when it comes to the diversity of their production skills.
One month after the release of the new album, The Chemical Brothers will embark on a world tour in support of the album, which will be released on Astralwerks. On May 11th they kick off the ‘No Geography’ tour in Mexico, before heading over to the US, the UK, Russia and various European cities. The tour is set to run until the end of November and you can check out the full schedule over here.
Give The Chemical Brothers’ new single ‘Got To Keep On’ a listen via Spotify down below and pre-order the album already over here.