Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have bagged a Grammy for Best Dance Album with their ninth studio LP, “No Geography”.
The Chemical Brothers were also presented with a Grammy in the category of “Best Dance Recording” for “Got to Keep On”
The duo was nominated alongside the likes of Apparat, Flume, RÜFÜS DU SOL, and Tycho for the Best Dance Album and were nominated alongside Skrillex, Bonobo, Flume, and Meduza for the Category of Best Dance Recording.
The Chemical Brothers were also nominated for Best Music Video for “We’ve Got to Try” but have lost it to Lil NasX and Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Old Town Road (Official Movie)”.
This isn’t the first time for the Chemical Brothers to win the prestigious award either. They have received a Grammy for “Block Rockin Beats” under the category “Best Rock Instrumental Performance” in 1997 followed by a Dance Recording Grammy for “Galvanize” in 2006. “Push The Button” and “We Are The Night” Bagged the Dance album Grammy in 2006 and 2008 respectively.
This does not come as a surprise for the dance Community as The Chemical Brothers have pushed themselves to bring in creativity and freshness to their Productions and Performances to give the best to their audience.
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