The Chemical Brothers Release yet another mind blowing Video with – Believe

The Chemical Brothers is back with yet another great Video and track (see it below).
They recently also released the awesome video and track Eve of Destruction (also below) featuring the great singer Aurora.

The tracks comes from their new album No Geography which is their first in 4 years. It is rare to see these powerful comebacks and strong songs but also creative and amazing videos that should be given an award or two, especially the Eve Of Destruction is something so new and refreshing for the eyes! In an age of home video creators there is no lack of great quality editors and cool videos. But original ideas is a different thing, and real acting and costumes makes it even so much better. Praise the effort they put into this!
But let´s not forget that these songs are also some of their best work!
Listen enjoy and support this band, because then they will deliver more music!!

No Geography is the ninth studio album by English electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers, released on 12 April 2019 by Virgin EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Astralwerks in the United States. It is the duo’s first album in four years. The album features vocals by Aurora and Japanese rapper Nene.

he album’s name was announced in November 2018. The album takes its name from a line in the poem Geography by the New York poet Michael Brownstein whose reading of it is also sampled on the title track.

The album’s cover is an image taken from the booklet of the 1977 album Consequences by Godley & Creme. The artwork is that of a motorway or autobahn from the point of view of the rear of an early British Chieftain main battle tank turret; looking out over the gun, behind the commander of the tank, toward the empty highway ahead. The ‘cloud face’ on the cover of ‘Consequences’ is visible in the sky.

Aurora Aksnes (born 15 June 1996), known mononymously as Aurora (stylised as AURORA), is a Norwegian singer-songwriter and producer. Her debut EP Running with the Wolves was released through Decca Records in May 2015, receiving widespread approval from online music blogs and national press. Later the same year she provided the backing track for the John Lewis Christmas advert, singing a cover of the Oasis song “Half the World Away“. This cover appears as a bonus track on the deluxe version of her debut studio albumAll My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend, which was released worldwide on 11 March 2016.

Her music is characterized by a deep, emotional and sophisticated pop, but still very catchy. In the instrumental sections there are electronic, orchestral and folk elements. She has sometimes been compared to Susanne SundførEmilíana TorriniFlorence and the MachineEivørKate BushLana Del ReyLorde and Björk.