26 – 29 Jun 2015, Worthy Farm, Pilton
The Chemical Brothers
The Chemical Brothers
Sun 28 Jun 2015 Other Stage
Brothers Gonna Work It Out

For many punters, Glastonbury doesn’t mean rock bands, stone circles and Billy Bragg - it means The Chemical Brothers, and little else. To say the Mancunian dance duo - Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons - are legends of the festival doesn’t do them enough justice. By our count, 2015 marks the eighth time they’ve appeared on the line-up and they’ve always been sensational, whether ruling the Dance Tent in 1998, headlining the entire festival on Friday night in 2000 (a huge moment for dance music) or playing on the Other Stage in 2011 after an unusually long (four-year) Glastonbury hiatus.

This year comes with a bonus for fans. Soon after the festival, The Chemical Brothers will release Born In The Echoes, their eighth album and first since 2010’s Further. Expect a slew of new songs to be played as they close the Other Stage, including Sometimes I Feel So Deserted, the first track we’ve heard from the album, which was premiered on Radio 1 in April.

For many punters, Glastonbury doesn’t mean rock bands, stone circles and Billy Bragg - it means The Chemical Brothers, and little else. To say the Mancunian dance duo - Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons - are legends of the festival doesn’t do them enough justice. By our count, 2015 marks the eighth time they’ve appeared on the line-up and they’ve always been sensational, whether ruling the Dance Tent in 1998, headlining the entire festival on Friday night in 2000 (a huge moment for dance music) or playing on the Other Stage in 2011 after an unusually long (four-year) Glastonbury hiatus.

This year comes with a bonus for fans. Soon after the festival, The Chemical Brothers will release Born In The Echoes, their eighth album and first since 2010’s Further. Expect a slew of new songs to be played as they close the Other Stage, including Sometimes I Feel So Deserted, the first track we’ve heard from the album, which was premiered on Radio 1 in April.

The Chemical Brothers at Glastonbury 2015

Set List on Other Stage on 28 Jun 2015 at Worthy Farm, Pilton

Sometimes I Feel So Deserted
Doesn't Matter
I'll See You There
Believe (feat. Kele)
Sunshine Underground
Block Rockin' Beats