The Chemical Brothers returned this past April with their ninth studio album, No Geography. Now, the English electronic music duo is back with news of a massive deluxe reissue celebrating the 20th anniversary of Surrender.
Due out November 22nd via Astralwerks/Capitol/UMe, the expanded collection includes the original 1999 record with a disc called “Secret Psychedelic Mixes” and a batch of previously unreleased B-sides and remixes handpicked by Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons themselves. The re-release also comes packaged with a 24-page book of photos, memorabilia, and four new prints from album cover artist Kate Gibb.
Additionally, the Surrender reissue will include a DVD containing remastered promo videos and concert footage from The Chemical Brothers’ 2000 Glastonbury Festival performance. The famed set is said to have drawn the largest-ever crowd to the site’s Pyramid Stage.
The 20th anniversary release will be available as a 4xLP or 3xCD bundle, as well as on digital streaming platforms. A 2xCD version of the reissue will also go on sale, though it won’t include any of the non-audio goodies. Pre-orders for all formats have already begun.
As a teaser for the reissue, the Grammy-winning two-piece is sharing two alternate mixes Surrender single of “Hey Boy Hey Girl”. One is an “extended version” helmed by KiNK and the other is taken from the “Secret Psychedelic Mix” disc.
Check it out below, followed by the artwork and full tracklisting.
Surrender (20th Anniversary Reissue) Artwork:
The Chemical Brothers announce 20th anniversary reissue of Surrender