The British electronic music duo, The Chemical Brothers, gives their latest track ‘Live Again‘. And some hints about their debut book, ‘Paused In Cosmic Reflection‘.
The news was confirmed today (June 28), echoing beloved classics like ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl‘ and ‘Galvanise‘.
The press release paints an illustrative picture of ‘Live Again‘, commencing with a deceptively simple, descending riff coupled with two distinct vocal strands. One meticulously cut and pieced together, the other resembling an ethereal sigh. As the track unfolds, it turns into a frenzy of pulsating rhythm and harmonious melody, back-and-forth analogue noise and a choir of voices.
The song also showcases the unique vocals of Halo Maud, an innovative French artist. This release follows their recent track ‘No Reason‘. Both of which are previews of the duo’s impending 10th studio album, expected to drop later this year.
The Chemical Brothers have shared details about their inaugural book, ‘Paused In Cosmic Reflection‘. This compendium is blended numerous hours of interviews. An exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the pair’s journey over their three-decade-long career. You can expect a deep dive into their creative approach and the electronic environment they were raised in, supplemented with a variety of photographs from The Chemical Brothers personal collection, many of which have never been seen before by their fans.
Written by: Bla Bla Radio
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