The Chemical Brothers get futuristic Eve of Destruction music video
Following the release of its 9th studio album, The Chemical Brothers have unveiled a new music video.
The music vid - which is directed by the band's longterm collaborators Adam Smithy and Marcus Lyall - shows all manner of costumed-characters engaged in a futuristic dance battle.
Among the stars of the video is Aurora, dressed in the 1960s manga outfit of Speed Racer.
The new album will be The Chemical Brother's first proper album since Born in the Echoes, which was released in 2015.
It album features hits such as, "Free Yourself," "MAH," "Got to Keep On" and "We've Got to Try," while the accompanying music videos were all unveiled ahead of the album's release.
Later this month, The Chemical Brothers will be performed at Glastonbury Festival alongside The Cure, The Killers and Stormzy.
You can check out the full video below: