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The Chemical Brothers announce new album 'No Geography' and UK arena tour

The Chemical Brothers have announced a brand new album and tour coming in 2019.

The Chemical Brothers announce new album 'No Geography' and UK arena tour

Manchester legends The Chemical Brothers are set to return to their old stomping ground as part of their biggest UK tour yet, in support of the electronica duo's ninth album, No Geography, featuring their latest single Free Yourself. 

The new album follows Born in the Echoes, their 2015 album which featured collaborations from Beck, Cate le Bon, Annie Clark, Ali Love and Q-Tip. Known for their love of collaborations, The Chemical Brothers are expected to have a few big names lined up for No Geography.

News of their 2019 tour dates joining a headlining slot at All Points East in Victoria Park in May. Hopefully this means the pair are planning a few more festival appearances for next summer as they build up to their own tour taking place in late Autumn. Watch the tour trailer below: 

The tour will see The Chemical Brothers Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons take to Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Birmingham next November, with a slew of North American dates planned for late Spring. 

Tickets are due to go on sale from 9:00am on Friday November 30, find all the tour dates below: 

24 May 2019 – All Points East Festival, Victoria Park (London)

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

Make sure to follow The Chemical Brothers here to reminded when ticket are available and to stay updated on any incoming information.     

Written by
Kestra Walker
20th November 2018

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