The Chemical Brothers have dropped a video to accompany their first new music in two years. It’s a robot uprising through the medium of dance.
English electronic dance duo, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons – best known as The Chemical Brothers, dropped their first new music for two years this September.
The new track ‘Free Yourself’ is the first hint that the pair are working on new music for the first time since 2016. Even then they released a previously unpublished single titled ‘C-H-E-M-I-C-A-L’. You need to travel further back still to July 2015 for the release of their last studio album ‘Born In The Echoes’.
Two months after dropping ‘Free Yourself’ the track finally has a music video. Reminiscent of the Channel 4 television series ‘Humans’ the visual opens with a vocal demonstration. The implication being that robots are taking human jobs.
Witness the robot uprising via the medium of dance.
FREE YOURSELF now with the new music video from The Chemical Brothers! https://TheChemicalBrothers.lnk.to/FREEYOURSELFVIDEO Created by directors DOM&NIC, visual effects house THE MILL + OUTSIDER PRODUCTONS.
Posted by The Chemical Brothers on Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Although there’s no official word on a new studio album, fans must be hopeful that this latest single and video is indicative that there’s more to come.