The Chemical Brothers have been confirmed for Glastonbury 2022, just as the duo share a previously unreleased track, called 'Cylinders'.
The Chemical Brothers are no strangers to Glastonbury — having headlined The Other Stage in 2019.
The pair, comprising of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, will be playing a DJ set Glastonbury on Friday June 24, between 11:PM and 1:AM from the inside of the renowned Arcadia spider.
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On Instagram, Arcadia stated that they have been "looking forward to this for a decade", and they're not alone. DJ Rob Da Bank says "this happens to be on my birthday" and thanks the electronic music duo for "the present".
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The news of The Chemical Brothers filling in the surprise slot comes alongside the electronic duo sharing a previously unreleased track, called 'Cylinders'.
'Cylinders' is airy and experimental, and is loaded with deep sonics accompanied by wistful synths. The track is from an updated 25th-anniversary reissue of the duo's second album, 'Dig Your Own Hole' - which will be coming out on July 29 on vinyl, CD and digital.
The original version of 'Dig Your Own Hole' features a slew of famous collaborators, including Noel Gallagher, Beth Orton and Mercury Rev.
Also this summer, The Chemical Brothers are set to play a June 26 show at York's Castle Howard and a show at Musgrave Park in Cork, Ireland on June 23.
You can listen to 'Cylinders' below.
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