The Chemical Brothers drop comeback album, ‘No Geography’

Just in time for music festival season.

No Geography, the Chemical Brothers’ first album in four years, has finally arrived.

Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons don’t hold back on their latest record, churning out rave-ready anthems that were created with old samplers used in their first two albums. The tracks include previously released singles “Free Yourself,” “MAH,” “Got to Keep on” and “We’ve Got to Try.”

Closing out the ten-song album is “Catch Me I’m Falling,” a haunting, atmospheric number that features vocal samples from Stephanie Dosen and a verse from Emmanuel Laskey’s 1968 song, “A Letter From Vietnam.”

Stream No Geography below:

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