"Let Forever Be" is the second single from The Chemical Brothers released from their third album Surrender. It contains the vocals of Noel Gallagher of Oasis who also co-wrote the song.
The song's drum loop and crashing cymbal effects bear similarity to those of the Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows".
Both the track's B-Sides sample tracks from Surrender: "the Diamond Sky" samples the track "Surrender", and "Studio K" samples "the Sunshine Underground".
The song appears in a deleted scene from EuroTrip, wherein the main characters are in a bar and see the twins drunkenly and erotically kissing each other. It also features in the 2000 Manchester-based film 'There's Only One Jimmy Grimble' Another appearance of the song is at the beginning of CSI: Miami episode Triple Threat (2007, Season 5, Episode 18). It has been released to downloadable content for the music video game Rock Band.
"Let Forever Be" was The Chemical Brothers' fourth top-ten single in the UK, peaking at #9 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was also one of their biggest hits in the United States, peaking at #29 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.
The video for the track was directed by Michel Gondry, and utilized...