The Chemical Brothers head to space in “We’ve Got to Try” MV

One small step for dogs, one giant leap for canines.

The Chemical Brothers have dropped “We’ve Got to Try,” the fourth single from their long-awaited ninth studio album, No Geography, alongside a sci-fi music video.

In the clip for the synth- and percussion-heavy song, a stray dog is adopted by a kindly scientist, who discovers the canine’s heightened intelligence. The dog is placed in a space training program, who eventually flies to a habitable planet beyond our world and starts “Dog Planet.”

The duo also released a three-second-long remix of the track, titled “WGTT15000BPM F1 NEEEUM Mix,” in conjunction with the start of the 2019 F1 season. The song was “broken down, re-engineered and accelerated to 15,000 beats per minute (BPM) to reflect the 15,000 BPM that today’s hyper-complex F1 cars are capable of reaching,” according to a press release.

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“We’ve Got to Try” is the latest single from the English electronic duo, who previously released the tracks “Got to Keep on,” “MAH” and “Free Yourself.” Their album No Geography, due out April 12, is the pair’s first full body of work since 2015’s Born in the Echoes.

Watch “We’ve Got to Try” below:

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And listen to “WGTT15000BPM F1 NEEEUM Mix” here:

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