The Chemical Brothers have given their groovy, disco-inspired track "Got to Keep On" an energetic choreographed video filled with colorfully clothed dancers.
The video for the euphoric single, the third track to come from the duo's upcoming album "No Geography," was directed by "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" director Michel Gondry, who has previously directed music videos for the Chemical Brothers, the White Stripes and many other artists, along with his brother, Olivier Gondry, who has created videos for acts including Daft Punk and the Vines.
"Got to Keep On" debuted at the start of the month and follows on from previous album previews "Free Yourself" and "Mah."
"No Geography" is due out on April 12. Following its release, the Chemical Brothers will embark on a world tour in support of the album. They kick off the tour in Mexico on May 11 before heading to the US, the UK, Russia and various European cities, with dates scheduled into November. Find the full schedule at www.thechemicalbrothers.com.