How do I know that 2019 is going to be a good year?
Because The Chemical Brothers have got a new album coming out! No Geography, their 9th studio album, is set to be released this spring. Today, they released a video for a new song called MAH. What does MAH stand for? Mad as Hell, of course! As for the video, it was shot at a recent show at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Today’s music video of the day is the video for the 2nd track off of The Chemical Brothers’s Further. Things pick up exactly where Snow ended, with the woman swimming under water. (The woman is played by Jenny Godding when she’s swimming and by Romola Garai when she’s not.) When the woman emerges from the water, she is treated to a light show that should be familiar to anyone who has been lucky enough to see The Chemical Brothers perform live.
I know, I know. This is the type of music that drives some people crazy. I happen to love it. It’s all about the way it makes you feel and it makes me feel like dancing.
As I sit here writing up today’s music video of the day, the temperature outside is plunging. When I woke up this morning, it was 40 degrees outside. Tonight, it’s 33 degrees and getting colder. This weather may not be good for my asthma but at least it finally feels like Christmas around here! Best of all, it might snow tonight. My plan is not to sleep tonight. Instead, I’m going to sit in front of a window, write, and look for snow.
Living in Texas, I’m lucky if I get to see snow twice in one year. It snowed back in January. Didn’t last for long. It looked something like this:
Photograph taken on January 8th, 2017 by Erin Nicole. This is what we consider to be a lot of snow in Texas. Stop laughing at us, Canada.
Anyway, Snow is not only what’s on my mind but it’s also the title of today’s music video of the day! Snow was the first track off of The Chemical Brothers’ seventh studio album, Further. All 8 of the tracks featured a video directed by Adam Smith and Marcus Lyall. Snow‘s dreamlike video features Jenny Godding swimming. Intentionally or not, it reminds me a good deal of Irene Miracle’s surrealistic swim in Dario Argento’s Inferno.
Jenny Godding is also featured on the cover of Further.