Chemical Brothers, Q-Tip Share Michel Gondry-Directed "Go" Music Video from 'Born in the Echoes’
The Chemical Brothers have unveiled a second track from their upcoming artist album Born in the Echoes. After sharing the lead off single from the LP, "Sometimes I Feel So Deserted," Ed Simons and Tom Rowlands have unveiled one of the hotly anticipated collaborations "Go" with Q-Tip. The "Hey Boy Hey Girl" duo team up with noted and inventive screenwriter/director Michel Gondry to direct the eccentric music video that features seven women walking around a deserted town rowing and performing synchronized dances with long metallic poles. Watch the video below.
The track is taken from the duo's upcoming album Born in the Echoes, which will be released on July 17. It has a combination of funky, disco influenced bass lines and '80s synth pop that flows well with Q-Tip's voice. Pre-order the album on their website.
The Chem Brothers have a busy summer season ahead of them with a full slate of festival gigs to support the album. They will be making stops at events like Sonár, Ultra Europe and Bestival as they travel around the world. See the full schedule below.
06/10: Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
06/12: Warsaw, Poland @ Orange Warsaw Festival
06/20: Barcelona, Spain @ Sonar Festival
06/25: Werchter, Belgium @ Rock Werchter
06/26: St. Gallen, Switzerland @ Festival Openair St. Gallen
07/01: Villa Contarini, Italy @ Hydrogen Festival
07/02: Rome, Italy @ Rock In Roma
07/04: Belfort, France @ Eurockeennes
07/10: Split, Croatia @ Ultra Europe
07/12: Aix@les@Bains, France @ Festival Musilac
07/17: Dublin, Ireland @ Marlay Park
07/19: Dublin, Ireland @ Longitude Festival
08/01: Pomona, CA @ HARD Summer
08/07: Thuringen, Germany @ SonneMondSterne Festival
08/15: Chiba, Japan @ Summer Sonic
08/20: St. Polten, Austria @ Frequency Festival
08/21: Charleville@Mezieres, France @ Le Cabaret Vert
08/22: Biddinghuizen, Netherlands @ Lowlands Festival
08/29: Cheshire, England @ Creamfields
09/12: Isle Of White, England @ Bestival 2015