It's about to be a big year for fans of The Chemical Brothers. The Grammy-winning duo is back and rowdier than ever on two electrifying tunes. The apocalyptic noise of lead single "Free Yourself" is now followed by a jammin' synth slasher called "MAH," an acronym for "mad as hell," and with unrelenting laser sounds like these, moshing out the aggression is the only move.
"MAH" is paired with an equally-stunning visualizer that will also be seen on stage. An ominous masked man waves his arms before a wild crowd as The Chemical Brothers jerk behind an array of analog electronics. If this doesn't get you absolutely pumped for the duo's handful of planned shows in 2019, you might need to see a doctor.
Both "MAH" and "Free Yourself" are tastes of the duo's forthcoming ninth studio album No Geography set for release on Astralwerks in spring of this year.