The Chemical Brothers Drop “Live Again (featuring Halo Maud)”

The Chemical Brothers Drop New Single "Live Again (featuring Halo Maud)"

British electronic duo The Chemical Brothers (aka Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons) have dropped their new single “Live Again” featuring French psychedelic pop singer Halo Maud.

The song is out now through EMI/Virgin and follows their single “No Reason” released in March. Grab your copy here.

The duo have also announced the release of their first official book The Chemical Brothers’ Paused In Cosmic Reflection, which will be available on October 28 via White Rabbit. Pre-order it here.

Paused in Cosmic Reflection is the definitive story of The Chemical Brothers, written with their longstanding press manager Robin Turner, told in the voices of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, with contributions from friends & collaborators. Fully illustrated with 30 years of mind-bending visuals.

Stream it below.

Paused in Cosmic Reflection is a kaleidoscopic history of the band and the intoxicating world they have created, in their own words, with contributions from intimate friends and collaborators to Steve Dub, Adam Smith (the architect of their hallucinogenic live shows alongside Marcus Lyall), Kate Gibb as well as many other voices.

Authors Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons said: “Robin has been part of our extended family since 1994. When he came to us with the idea of Paused in Cosmic Reflection – a book that would join the dots between us and many of the people we’ve worked with over the years as well as tell the stories of clubs we’ve played, gigs, videos and live visuals – it made total sense. Through his relationship with designer Paul Kelly and with publishers White Rabbit, we’ve collectively made a book that brings you right inside the world of the Chemical Brothers – our world – for the first time ever.”