The Chemical Brothers announce latest album 'No Geography'
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After initially announcing the album in late 2018, legendary electronic duo The Chemical Brothers made good on their promise to release their new album in the spring of 2019. On Monday (April 8), the duo unveiled the release date for their highly anticipated ninth studio album. No Geography arrives on Friday, April 12, according to a post on the Chemical Brothers website.

Back in 2018, the Grammy-winning UK duo shared the album’s lead single, “Free Yourself,” along with a number of interesting video clips to go with the driving dance song. Check them out here. Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands followed “Free Yourself” with videos for the No Geography tracks “MAH” and “Got To Keep On.” Watch the latter above. No Geography is the Chemical Brothers’ first new album in four years following 2015’s Born In Echoes.

The Chemical Brothers will also perform their first shows in the U.S. in four years when they head to Los Angeles in May. On Wednesday, May 15, Chemical Brothers will play the Shrine Expo Hall with special guest The Black Madonna. The Chemical Brothers and The Black Madonna will then head over to the Greek Theatre on Thursday, May 16 where DJ Jason Bentley will join them. See below to purchase tickets.

Chemical Brothers Los Angeles 2019:

May 15 - Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Expo Hall (Tickets)
May 16 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre (Tickets)