Heroes and Villains Clash in Chemical Brothers’ New ‘Eve of Destruction’ Video

The Chemical Brothers have unleashed our preferred tune and most powerful off their new album, " No Geography" as their latest single from thee legendary electronic duo. Their new aesthetics for “Eve of Destruction,” is actually thee opening track off their brand spanking new record.

It's a Japanese sci-fi series inspired affair. Ultraman, being thee specific influence, the “Eve of Destruction” vid is directed by the twosome’s consistent visual collaborators Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall. Intricate dressed superheroes and villains in outfits fighting it out to the Chemical Brothers’ uptempo electrifying thunderous beat.

This new single follows previous videos premiered here for the likes of singles “Free Yourself” and “MAH” from their 2019 LP. Catch the lads as they'll hit North American this summer, August 1st in Queens, New York their first NYC show in nearly 10 years.

Also, another yummy news has been released by The Chemical Brothers revealing thoughts to celebrate thee 20th anniversary of their 1999 hit record "Surrender" this summer with a juggernaut reissue featuring previously non-released ‘Secret Psychedelic Mixes’ off the Surrender tunes. Also, a far-out DVD of restored promo vids and film reel of their bubble pop electrified Glastonbury 2000 performance.

Without further ado get into ItsNotYouItsMe hit parade with The Chemical Brothers and their smokin' new single " Eve of Destruction"!

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