Listen to “Chemical Animal” by The Jesus and Mary Chain

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The Jesus and Mary Chain premieres “Chemical Animal”the second single from his album Glasgow Eyes; a song that from its first notes you will recognize the atmosphere of the singer’s hoarse baritone Jim Reid and a drum rhythm that moves at a constant trot, a characteristic hallmark of this Scottish alternative rock band.

A feeling of darkness hangs over the track, especially when Reid sings painfully “I fill myself with chemicals/To hide the dark shit that I don’t show” in the choir. The song doesn’t die down but smolders, with billowing guitars and synths that feel like black smoke rising into the air.

Glasgow Eyes It has been called the most anticipated album of the year, with March 8th being when it is completely released. The Jesus and Mary Chain He has a spring tour planned United Kingdom and the EU to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Through the Viagogo page, you can find all the details of the dates that make up this tour. We hope to soon receive news of your visit to Mexico.

While that happens, don’t forget to follow them on social networks and delight in “Chemical Animal”, which we are sure will become one of your favorites. Press play!


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