“Goodbye”, the new video by The Chemical Brothers

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Furthermore, the track It is an ecstasy of analogue techno.

British electronic music duo The Chemical Brothersafter a month after the release of his album For That Beautiful Feelingnow surprises us with the premiere of a new video clip for the song “Goodbye”which was recently transformed by the band’s super producer and close friend Erol Alkan.

Additionally, the new video was directed by the band’s longtime collaborators Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall, in it we appreciate muted colors and a couple who enjoys each other’s company. However, at the same time as the tone of the song changes (from fast to slow) the couple breaks, thus announcing the beginning of the end.

In this material The Chemical Brothers It lets us see a farewell process; At the beginning it is magical, then it breaks, then it is pleasant again and in the end it becomes a memory. All of this, wrapped in a layer of electronic voices that say over and over again: “Oh my love, it seems so long my love, when you say goodbye, I cry…” and synthesizers that evoke a nostalgic aura in us, because it is also due to the fact that its sound production is analog.

In this way, the duo demonstrates their great musical and narrative capacity, as together they take us through an environment that stops us in cosmic reflection, without going out of style. Watch it below!


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