The Chemical Brothers Announces New Album “For That Beautiful Feeling”, Shares New Music Video for “Live Again” featuring Halo Maud
British electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers, consisting of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, has announced their tenth studio album “For That Beautiful Feeling” on September 8, 2023.
It is their first album in four years since the 2019 album “No Geography”.
The album comprises 11-track, featuring guest appearances from Halo Maud and Beck, produced by The Chemical Brothers.
From the album, the duo dropped a new music video for “Live Again” directed by Dom & Nic on July 19, 2023.
The song was released as the third single from the album last month, featuring French singer-songwriter Halo Maud.
The track was written by Edward Simons and Thomas Rowlands.
Director Dom & Nic said of the video, “Working with The Chemical Brothers is a dream for any video director. We’re really lucky to be still making films together after quite a few years. The Chems just keep smashing it with great tracks that demand videos that live up to the music and hopefully add something extra to the whole experience. Live Again is our tenth collaboration… the woozy, wonky analog sounds and the dream like lyric suggested a hallucinogenic visual journey following a character caught in a loop of death and rebirth.”
- They continued, “The idea inspired us to use the new Arri XR virtual production stage and its cutting edge technology in a way that had never previously been done. This is an idea that could not really have been achieved with traditional filmmaking techniques. We created virtual CGI worlds and used long unbroken camera takes, without edits, moving between those different worlds seamlessly with our hero character. Making and editing the video, we were showered with the generosity of such a strong and huge team of immensely talented companies and individuals that helped us to make this film happen because they love working with The Chemical Brothers. Without their time, talents and generosity a film like this could never make it out of heads and onto a screen.”
- source : Apple Music