The Chemical Brothers recently shared a previously unreleased track, “Cylinders (25/9/96).”

The band, in celebration of the 25-year anniversary of their sophomore album Dig Your Own Hole, are releasing a special edition of the album featuring five previously unreleased and alternate cuts.

Previously, The Chemical Brothers had shared the demo “Electrobank 3/6/96” and alternative mixes of “It Doesn’t Matter,” recorded in September 1996, and “I Love Tekno,” formerly titled “Don’t Stop The Rock” and recorded in April 1996. The fifth addition to the expanded record, “Where Do I Begin,” will arrive on digital platforms alongside its physical release on July 29.

Meanwhile, last week, The Chemical Brothers postponed a show in Cork, Ireland, due to a COVID-19 outbreak within their camp. The band also canceled their appearance at last weekend’s Glastonbury Festival.

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