Oh hey, Chemical Brothers, remember them? The beatmaking duo have been releasing albums for two decades since their ’90s-era peak, and after a five-year break from their last full length effort Further (not including their 2011 soundtrack work on “Hanna“), the electronic act is back with Born In The Echoes. And they’ve teamed with a longtime collaborator to get their first single some juice.
Michel Gondry has directed “Go,” and while it doesn’t quite hit the peaks of the excellent spot for “Let Forever Be,” it still shows off his preference for synchronized movements. The jam, featuring Q-Tip, is pretty simple: a group of six dancers who look like they time-traveled from the set of “Metropolis” walk around with a couple of large poles and dance with frozen expressions on their faces. Though, it feels like a song with this kind of energy could’ve used a little more razzle dazzle.
Born In The Echoes drops on July 7th. Watch below.