The Chemical Brothers debut new music on ‘CARE4LIFE’ compilation
Fans of The Chemical Brothers can get their fix via CARE4LIFE, a charity compilation released via Bandcamp that features fresh material from the two-piece production outfit. A hefty offering, the 45 song endeavor features a brand new remix of The Chemical Brothers’ 2019 single, “Catch Me I’m Falling.” The cut appeared on their 2019 Grammy Award-winning LP, No Geography.
Proceeds from CARE4LIFE sales will benefit NHS Charities Together, a federation of more than 250 charitable organizations that support the United Kingdom’s National Health Service, its staff, volunteers, and patients. CARE4LIFE organizers delineated the philanthropic aim of the production in a press release, stating,
“Through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have all developed a new understanding and awareness about the role our frontline health professionals undertake, and as a nation, we are all united in our appreciation of the incredible work they have delivered in the face of much adversity and pressure in the last couple of months.
In the continued spirit of people coming together in this time of need, the CARE4LIFE project hopes that this amazing collection of music can contribute to easing that pressure by giving some much needed support to these frontline workers from our fellow artists and friends in the music industry and its surrounding community.”
CARE4LIFE is replete with underground releases from Pete Tong, Jamie Jones, Maya Jane Coles, and Dusky, among other tastemakers. Listeners can view CARE4LIFE‘s full track list and purchase the compilation, here.
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