New Details on Chemical Brothers' 6th Album

Releasing the details of sixth album one by one, this time Chemical Brothers reveals the people collaborating with them.


Further details have come up in Chemical Brothers' sixth album "We Are the Night". The release date is announced and the contributors are revealed.

London's very own band Klaxons, American rock band Midlake, folk singer Willy Mason, hip-hop musician Fatlip and singer Ali Love are in the bill of this album.

Ali Love has the honor for the first single "Do It Again" while Klaxons assists the band in "All Nights Reserved". Midlake and Mason lend their voice in ""The Pills Won't Help You Now" and "Battle Scars" respectively.

The album will hit the stores June 18 via Astralwerks. A jaunt has been prepared to support this album. The Brothers will tour North America in September after making several appearances in a number of festivals such as Glastonbury in June.

In another occasion, the band's music will be featured in "Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance", a movie based on Irvine Welsh's best selling novel of the same title.

© AceShowbiz.com


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