Legendary duo The Chemical Brothers have unleashed the song and visuals for "MAH" to gear up for the release of their No Geography album, slated for a spring release on Astralwerks. No Geography will count as the group's ninth studio release in what has been a lengthy and groundbreaking career.
"MAH" is classic Chemical Brothers with a modern twist, a driving beat that mimics the feeling of revving up a car engine and spinning off into the night. Intense to its core, this beat never eats, never sleeps, never stops until it has reached the end of the "I ain't gon' take it no more" chant that pulses throughout the entire tune.
The accompanying visuals were filmed at the group's sold-out Alexandra Palace shows in London and "MAH" saw a Zane Lowe World Record premiere earlier today. The video was directed by Marcus Lyall, with imagery created by Adam Smith and Marcus. Considered to be one of the best live acts in electronic music, the duo will be performing a string of U.S. dates including stops in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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