The Chemical Brothers – C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l
“C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l,” a brand new track from The Chemical Brothers, is now available for download on iTunes and streaming on Spotify. The song – a fan favorite from the band’s live shows – premiered last night in the U.K. on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac’s “Hottest Record In The World.” DJ Ben Harvey gave “C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l” its first stateside spin on SiriusXM’s BPM Channel yesterday.
The standalone track “C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l” follows the band’s GRAMMY®-nominated 2015 album, Born In The Echoes (Astralwerks), and news that The Chemical Brothers’ entire catalog of eight studio albums will soon be available in the U.S. on double LP vinyl.
The influential U.K. band’s first seven albums have been unavailable on vinyl for some time, but Astralwerks is releasing limited edition colored vinyl of each on December 9, followed by standard black vinyl on December 23. The hand-numbered, limited edition colored vinyl will be available exclusively at U.S. indie retailers. These are available for pre-order now at Amoeba and at local record stores. Born In The Echoes is already available on vinyl. The seven albums to be reissued are listed below along with the colors of the limited edition vinyl.
Exit Planet Dust (1995) – Clear Vinyl
Dig Your Own Hole (1997) – Solid White Vinyl
Surrender (1999) – Solid Blue Vinyl
Come With Us (2002) – Solid Red Vinyl
Push The Button (2005) – Transparent Blue Vinyl
We Are The Night (2007) – Soda Bottle Clear Vinyl
Further (2010) – Transparent Green Vinyl
After a year of headlining arenas and festivals around the world, The Chemical Brothers will be playing four sold-out U.K. shows in December. For details, visit http://www.thechemicalbrothers.com.
The Chemical Brothers have sold 12 million albums and six million singles worldwide. They were the first electronic act ever to receive a GRAMMY® Award, winning in the Best Rock Instrumental Performance category for “Block Rockin’ Beats.” The song, which appeared on 1997’s RIAA Gold-certified album Dig Your Own Hole, was the first track by an electronic artist to chart at Alternative radio, where The Chemical Brothers have continued to receive strong support. 2005’s “Galvanize” featuring Q-Tip took the GRAMMY for Best Dance Recording while the albums Push the Button (2005) and We Are the Night (2007) won in the Best Electronic/Dance Album category. Further (2010), the 2012 live album, Don’t Think, and 2015’s Born In The Echoes were each nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Album and the 2015 single “Go” featuring Q-Tip was nominated for Best Dance Recording. The Chemical Brothers have had six No. 1 albums in the U.K.