The Chemical Brothers have shared an unique new vacation combine for the festive season.
The influential digital duo – comprised of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons – took to social media yesterday, December 18, to disclose that they had put collectively a brand new combine.
“Merry Christmas and a Completely satisfied New 12 months from Chemical HQ!” the duo’s official Twitter account tweeted. “Tom and Ed have delivered an unique new vacation combine so that you can get pleasure from! Carry on Reaching.” You’ll be able to verify the music out in case you click on on the hyperlink within the Tweet beneath.
Merry Christmas and a Completely satisfied New 12 months from Chemical HQ! Tom and Ed have delivered an unique new combine so that you can get pleasure from! Carry on Reaching 💗 https://t.co/pp0UNojfwd pic.twitter.com/Slu6UaCg5P
— The Chemical Brothers (@ChemBros) December 18, 2020
Earlier this 12 months, an exhibition at London’s Design Museum explored the visible world behind a few of digital music’s most iconic acts, together with The Chemical Brothers.
Digital: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers ran from April 1 to July 26 and explored “the hypnotic world of digital music, from its origins to its futuristic desires.”
In the meantime, a bunch of artists have already shared plenty of festive releases, together with Snoop Dogg, Sam Smith, John Cooper Clarke, JMSN, Shaggy, Robbie Williams and Justin Bieber.
Alanis Morissette lately coated John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Completely satisfied Xmas (Struggle Is Over)”. The Canadian singer-songwriter has recreated the long-lasting visuals from the 1971 monitor in addition to stayed true to the unique in sound.
For the ultimate night time of Hanukkah, in the meantime, Haim gifted followers with their first-ever vacation tune, “Christmas Wrapping 2020 (All I Need for Christmas is a Vaccine).” The monitor provided a timely-spin on The Waitresses’ “Christmas Wrapping,” and featured deliciously witty lyrics by the Tony-nominated actor and playwright Jeremy O. Harris. Further contributions to the tune had been made by Thundercat (on bass), saxophonist Henry R. Solomon (who additionally seems on “Summer season Woman”), and long-time collaborator Buddy Ross (keyboards).
Followers may also catch HAIM moonlighting on Taylor Swift’s new album, Evermore, on the monitor “No Physique, No Crime.”