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Return Of The Chemical Brothers

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Return Of The Chemical Brothers

For five long years, we all felt deserted, but today, the desertion ends. The Chemical Brothers are back to work it out all over again.

 

They boldly return with a glorious minimalist video for their new song “Sometimes I Feel So Deserted” off their new album Born In the Echoes set for a July 17 release date.

 

Masters of innovative electronic dance music for over twenty years, indisputable pioneers in the studio and with their live show, the Chemical Brothers are poised to make their usual monumental waves with Born in the Echoes and their new accompanying tour.

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