MYSTERY JETS Live In Store at Pie&Vinyl

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Maaannnnnn…are we lucky? We are VERY VERY pleased to announce that we will have the amazing MYSTERY JETS playing live in store at 6pm on Friday January 15th…the day they actually release their new album ‘Curve Of The Earth’. Pretty special eh?

We’ll be opening our doors at 5:45pm, with a first in the queue, first to be let in policy….BUT…We offer you the chance to secure a place at the in store by pre ordering the record HERE. You will then be invited to arrive earlier than advertised to collect your record, and grab a spot near the front. We will e mail you details near to the time of the event.

We’ll also have a special pie dedicated to The Myster Jets (Witty name and ingredients to follow, a mystery pie) – and I do believe it’s the perfect chance to get your supper, and start your weekend down Castle Road.

It goes without saying – THIS IS GOING TO BE SPECIAL.

More info on the guys and their new record below.

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Pre order ‘Curve Of The Earth’

It’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since Mystery Jets broke surface with their debut album, Making Dens. Of all the acts that sprang into life in The Libertines’ Fagin-like wake, Mystery Jets were always the hardest to pin down. A Syd Barrett-enthralled troupe fashioning delightfully skewed, potting shed psychedelia out of playful wonky pop and unashamedly proggy flourishes from their Thameside hideout of Eel Pie, the South London island that played midwife to the British R&B boom in the early ’60s.

On Curve Of The Earth, Mystery Jets have changed tack again, only this time it’s been to strip back some of their more shapeshifting tendencies and distil the essence of what makes them such a great band. Arguably their strongest, most personal and most coherent set of tracks to date, it highlights what the kids down the front of their shows shouting “Zoo Time!” have known all along, that at their centre Mystery Jets simply write amazing songs.

TRACKLISTING

 

  1. Telomere
  2. Bombay blue
  3. Bubblegum
  4. Midnight’s Mirror
  5. 1985
  6. Blood Red Balloon
  7. Taken By the Tide
  8. Saturnine
  9. The End Up
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