Electronic pioneers The Chemical Brothers are confirmed to play the Eden Sessions on Friday 28 June.
They have had six consecutive No 1 UK studio albums with their next album No Geography set for release on 12 April.
The second single from the record, MAH, was released at the start of January, following last September’s Free Yourself, which was their first new release in three years.
The Chemical Brothers are one of the foremost proponents of the British dance music scene whose extensive back catalogue includes ubiquitous tracks such as Block Rockin’ Beats, Hey Boy Hey Girl, Galvanize and Go.
They have worked with a star-studded list of collaborators and featured artists, including Noel Gallagher, Q-Tip and the Flaming Lips.
They have won a BRIT Award, four Grammys, two Q Awards, an NME Award and an MTV Europe Music Award. Their albums Dig Your Own Hole and Surrender were both nominated for the prestigious Mercury Prize.
How to book
Tickets go on general release, subject to availability, at 4 pm on Tuesday 12 February, and will be available online via the Sessions website.
Tickets are £50 plus £5 booking fee. Your ticket also gets you entry into Eden during the day, and the day after if you fancy going back for further exploration!
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