The Chemical Brothers have cemented their positions as electronic pioneers after a wild headline set at this years Glastonbury festival knocking out their timeless classic ‘Hey Boy, Hey Girl’.
The video shows just how far the duo have come since originating way back in 1989 with a spectacular live show filled with boundless lasers and non-stop flow of pounding analog sounds and raw bass.
Later on the headline performance also featured a tribute to Keith Flint, frontman of seminal electronic act The Prodigy with The Chemical Brothers telling NME they “felt like giving people an opportunity to give him a round of applause, to mark his memory and reflect on the sadness of what happened, and to say thanks.”
Check out the romping rendition of ‘Hey Boy, Hey Girl’ below.
Coincidentally, The Chemical Brothers will in Australia later this year playing shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne with special guests The Avalanches in DJ mode, check out the full dates here.