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Watch The Chemical Brothers’ energetic new video for ‘MAH’, recorded at Alexandra Palace

The release comes ahead of the band's upcoming new album, 'No Geography'

The Chemical Brothers have released a new video to accompany ‘MAH’, filmed during the band’s recent sold-out appearances at Alexandra Palace.

Directed by Marcus Lyall and featuring visuals from Adam Smith and Marcus, the video captures the energetic moments of the band’s acclaimed live show.

The track is also being released today (January 7) digitally and as a limited 12” vinyl, a double A-side with ‘Free Yourself,’ the band recent single and first in three years. You can watch the new video here:

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Recently, The Chemical Brothers announced a new album, ‘No Geography’, together with their biggest UK arena tour to date.

‘No Geography’ will be the dance duo’s ninth studio album and is set to be released in Spring 2019.

The Chemical Brothers were also recently announced as the Friday night headliners for All Points East, that returns to Victoria Park in 2019. Their UK tour will see the electro pioneers – aka Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons – calling at Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff, Glasgow and Birmingham.

You can watch the UK tour trailer here:

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The full UK tour dates are listed below, with more dates expected to be announced. You can buy tickets for the dates here.

May 2019
24 – London, U.K.            All Points East Festival, Victoria Park

November 2019
21 – Leeds, U.K.                 Leeds First Direct Arena
22 – Manchester, U.K.    Manchester Arena
23 – Glasgow, U.K.           The SSE Hydro
28 – Cardiff, U.K.              Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
29 – Birmingham, U.K    Birmingham Arena  

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