Airdate: The Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think

Next weekend Channel [V] will screen the first concert documentary from the UK electro duo, The Chemical Brothers.

For nearly two decades, The Chemical Brothers’ spectacular live show has been performed to packed houses and festivals across the globe, but it has never been documented. Until now. In 2011, at iconic Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, The Chemical Brothers’ headline set, in front of 50,000 fans, was captured on 21 cameras. The result is 90mins of psychedelic sensory overload.

Premiering Sunday 13 May at 9:00pm, this exclusive documentary, directed by Adam Smith, takes you onstage with the maestros at work, but also immerses you in the frenzied crowd. With the strobing pulse of basslines and lights, you feel as though you’re there amongst it as The Chemical Brothers charge through track after track including Galvanize, Block Rockin’ Beats, Horse Power, Star Guitar and Hey Boy Hey Girl.

The Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think Sunday 13 May at 9:00pm on Channel [V].


  1. @Mac, I just knew yours would be the first comment here! I’m really excited about this … have seen the Chems a couple of times live and they’re still one of the best dance acts on the planet.

  2. It’s not a documentary, it’s the full concert presented in full retina popping glory. Watch it in HD with a decent surround sound to have your socks well and truly knocked off. Don’t think – just let it flow.

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