The Chemical Brothers have shared “MAH,” a new song from the duo’s forthcoming ninth studio album, No Geography.
The track saw a Zane Lowe World Record premiere earlier today and is accompanied by a visual filmed at the band’s recent sold-out London shows at Alexandra Palace. Directed by Marcus Lyall and featuring visuals created by Adam Smith & Marcus, the clip captures a taste of the band’s live spectacle, regarded as one of the best shows in the world.
The release of “MAH” follows 2018’s exuberant anthem, “Free Yourself,” which debuted alongside an incredible music video directed by long-time collaborators Dom & Nic. The track was dubbed “a euphoric, multi-faceted odyssey of blistering synths and deep grooves” by Rolling Stone. Both “MAH” and “Free Yourself” are featured on No Geography, due for release this spring. No Geography is the follow up to the British duo’s GRAMMY®-nominated 2015 album, Born In the Echoes, which was their sixth consecutive UK No. 1 album. Additional album details including tracklist and U.S. pre-order information are forthcoming.
The Chemical Brothers recently announced their first U.S. live shows since 2015. The spring 2019 North American run will see the pair perform in Mexico City on May 12, with two stops in Los Angeles at the Shrine Expo Hall on May 15 and the Greek Theatre on May 16. The tour will conclude on May 17 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The Black Madonna will join as a special guest for the Los Angeles and San Francisco shows.