Following their triumphant performance at the Amnesia 2022 closing festival, iconic UK duo The Chemical Brothers are set to make a grand return. The duo recently announced their headlining DJ set at Amnesia Ibiza on October 1, marking another historic moment. This appearance comes hot on the heels of their album release “For That Beautiful Feeling.”
Taking over the Terraza, the night will feature not only The Chemical Brothers but also Italian DJ Marco Faraone, the dynamic Eats Everything, and Amnesia resident Caal. The Mainroom will be ignited by a live set from Reinier Zonneveld, while Dutch superstar Fatima Hajji, the talented Kobosil, and Manu Sanchez will join the ranks. Amnesia is geared up to outdo even last year’s record-breaking attendance, offering its signature cutting-edge production, world-class sound system, and pulsating dance floor, promising an unparalleled audio-visual spectacle.
“For That Beautiful Feeling”
Preceding their Ibiza DJ set, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons will release their 10th studio album, “For That Beautiful Feeling,” on September 8th. The album has already teased us with tracks like ‘No Reason,’ ‘Live Again,’ and ‘The Darkness That You Fear.’ The latter, the first track since their Grammy-winning album in 2019, carries a hopeful tone. After a significant hiatus, they dropped ‘No Reason’ in 2021, an energetic track with an acid-tinged vibe that has been a hit at their shows. The duo returned with ‘Live Again,’ a collaboration featuring the bittersweet vocals of French psych-pop singer Halo Maud. This track packs hammering synth sounds, making it a rave rocker.
The Chemical Brothers’ return is highly anticipated, especially after the immense success of “No Geography.” In 2020, they secured three Grammy Awards for “Best Dance/Electronic Album,” “Best Dance Recording,” and “Best Music Video.” The duo has also unveiled plans for a comprehensive retrospective book titled “Paused in Cosmic Reflection,” slated for release on October 26th, 2023.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology