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The Chemical Brothers announce new album ‘No Geography’

/ 03:29 PM November 21, 2018
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The Chemical Brothers. Image: AFP/Bertrand Guay via AFP Relaxnews

British electronic music duo the Chemical Brothers have revealed they have a new album on the way and announced a string of tour dates throughout the United States, the United Kingdom and Mexico.

Set for a spring 2019 release, the duo’s ninth studio album will be titled “No Geography” and features the previously released anthem “Free Yourself”.

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The album follows on from 2015’s “Born in the Echoes”.

The band’s newly announced tour in support of the album will include their first U.S. live shows since 2015 and their biggest U.K. arena tour to date.

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The North American shows kick off on May 12; dates and places are as follows:

May 12, 2019 Mexico City, MX – Pepsi Center WTC
May 15, 2019 Los Angeles, CA – Shrine Expo Hall
May 16, 2019 Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre
May 17, 2019 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Tickets for those shows will go on sale to the general public on Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. PST.

The U.K. shows are scheduled for next November; the schedule is as follows:

Nov. 21, 2019 Leeds First Direct Arena
Nov. 22, 2019 Manchester Arena
Nov. 23, 2019 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Nov. 28, 2019 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Nov. 29, 2019 Birmingham Arena

U.K. fans can get access to a ticket pre-sale by preordering the album. JB

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