The Chemical Brothers share first original track since 2016, ‘Free Yourself’

Written by Maya-Rose Torrão

The Chemical Brothers have just shared a new single, ‘Free Yourself’, which marks the electronic duo’s first original release since 2016’s ‘C-H-E-M-I-C-A-L’. You can buy the new track here.

In June, The Chemical Brothers shared a previously unreleased cover of Tim Buckley’s ‘I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain’ with frequent collaborator Beth Orton and last year, the pair shared the innovative interactive VR experience of their 2015 St. Vincent song ‘Under Neon Lights.’ The Chemical Brothers’ last album was 2015’s ‘Born in the Echoes’, which was received with great acclaim. The newest track brings back The Chemical Brothers’ classic signature big beat sound, infused with modern robotics.

Listen to the brand new single by The Chemical Brothers, ‘Free Yourself’, below.

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