The Chemical Brothers have released a stunning video for their new single, “Got To Keep On,” the third track off their forthcoming album, No Geography. Directed by auteurs Michel and Olivier Gondry, the video puts a group of loose-limbed dancers into a darkened studio, turned up the music and created an ultra-trippy, surrealist version of Soul Train. Michel Gondry previously directed envelope pushing videos for The Chemical Brothers’ singles “Let Forever Be,” “Star Guitar” and “Go.” Watch the new video below.

The third track taken from the forthcoming album by The Chemical Brothers, No Geography (which will be released on April 12 via Astralwerks), is an irresistible liquid disco number that’s sat at the heart of The Chemical Brothers’ globe-spanning, mind-bending live shows for the past year. It’s a joyful, euphoric track that makes you want to get up on your feet— and the video follows suit.

No Geography is the ninth studio album put out by The Chemical Brothers. It follows their Grammy-nominated 2015 album, Born In the Echoes, which brought us a radically reinvented sound. No Geography is available for pre-order here. The band will also be embarking on a small coast-side tour, as well as a number of festival appearances this summer at All Points East Festival, Mad Cool Festival, NOS Alive Festival, among others. The Chemical Brother’s full route for the next few months is below.

No Geography Track Listing
1. Eve Of Destruction
2. Bango
3. No Geography
4. Got To Keep On
5. Gravity Drops
6. The Universe Sent Me
7. We’ve Got To Try
8. Free Yourself
9. MAH
10. Catch Me I’m Falling

The Chemical Brothers ‘No Geography’ Tour Dates:
*With The Black Madonna
May 11 – Guadalajara, MX // Corona Capital Guadalajara Festival
May 12 – Mexico City, MX // Pepsi Center WTC (Sold Out)
May 15 – Los Angeles, CA // Shrine Expo Hall
May 16 – Los Angeles, CA // Greek Theatre
May 17 – San Francisco, CA // Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
May 24 – All Points East Festival // Victoria Park, London, UK
July 11 – Mad Cool Festival // Madrid, Spain
July 13 – NOS Alive Festival // Lisbon, Portugal
July 21 – Deichbrand Festival // Cuxhaven, Germany
July 28 – Eden Sessions // Cornwall, UK
November 21 – Leeds // First Direct Arena
November 22 – Manchester, UK // Manchester Arena
November 23 – Glasgow, UK // The SSE Hydro
November 28 – Cardiff, UK // Motorpoint Arena
November 29 – Birmingham, UK // Birmingham Arena