For three decades, they have defined the cutting edge of electronic dance music

And now, The Chemical Brothers are bringing their inimitable sound to Manchester’s AO Arena on Friday, October 27.

One of the most acclaimed and innovative electronic duos in the world, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons are on their tenth studio album.

For That Beautiful Feeling was released via EMI just last month but it’s been 35 years since Rowlands and Simons met at the University of Manchester.

Go back to where it all began for the legendary pair, grab a ticket for the arena gig and get ready to Swoon over those Block Rockin’ Beats.

They have defined the cutting edge of electronic dance music both on their multi-platinum selling records and with their hugely lauded hallucinogenic live shows which have played to millions at festivals and arenas all over the world.

Bury Times: For That Beautiful Feeling is the first Chemical Brothers album since 2019’s No Geography, which featured the massive singles Got To Keep On, Free Yourself and Mad As Hell.

Other tour dates include First Direct Arena, Leeds, on October 28, Birmingham’s Utilita Arena, on November 3 and The O2 in London on November 4.

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The Chemical Brothers will also release a career-spanning retrospective book, Paused in Cosmic Reflection, on October 26.

The book is made up of new interviews with the band as well as many of their friends and collaborators, including Noel Gallagher, Aurora, Wayne Coyne, Beth Orton, Beck and Michel Gondry.

The Chemical Brothers will be at Manchester's AO Arena on October 27, 2023. For tickets, click here.