Two years after the discharge of their final new music, The Chemical Brothers are again.
The U.Okay. duo have at this time (March 17) launched their newest single, “No Motive.” Their first track since 2021’s “The Darkness That You Worry,” the brand new output is traditional Chemical Brothers — a textured and ingenious (however by no means fussy) jam constructed round funk, bass, waves of percussion, and a exactly used voice shouting “whoo!” Jubilant and danceable, the track nonetheless maintains the onerous edges the pair is understood for. Watch the Smith & Lyall-created video for the monitor beneath.
The only comes forward of the U.Okay.’s duo’s performances next month at Coachella, with The Chemical Brothers additionally taking part in exhibits in Santa Barbara, Calif. and Seattle, WA subsequent month, together with pageant units all through Europe for the rest of the summer time.
The pair — Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, have additionally been at work on a brand new album, which would be the followup to 2019’s No Geography. The album hit No. 3 on Dance/Digital Albums and won the 2020 Grammy for greatest dance/digital album. The fellows have received seven Grammys in complete throughout their almost 30 12 months profession, which launched with the 1995 launch of their now traditional Exit Planet Mud.
No Motive has additionally been mastered in Dolby ATMOS at Abbey Street Studios by Giles Martin, who has additionally beforehand overseen the remastering of The Beatles again catalogue. “No Motive” may even be obtainable on April 28 as a restricted version purple vinyl 12 inch with a beforehand unreleased b-side monitor, “All Of A Sudden.