NEWS: Mystery Jets back with new album 'Curve of the Earth'

NEWS: Mystery Jets back with new album ‘Curve of the Earth’

image011Mystery Jets are back with their first album in three years, ‘Curve of the Earth’ is set to see the light of day on the 22nd of January 2016.Their fifth longer player, the album was recorded between summer 2013 & and summer 2015 in Stoke Newington in London. They have teased the album with a trailer, which you can watch here:

To record the new album, Mystery Jets relocated back to London and set up their own recording space in a disused button factory in east London with Blaine Harrison embarking on isolated sessions in a cabin on the Thames Estuary.

Producing the record themselves Harrison, Will Rees, and drummer Kapil Trivedi and latest recruit bassist Jack Flanagan found themselves rediscovering the gang mentality that had bound the band together at the start. As such they claim it to be their most ‘personal’ work yet:

Will Rees “For us we’ve been through quite a lot in the last couple of years and there have been certain realistions that come with playing in a band that has been together for over two decades, I think these songs have real feeling about them”

The band have also announced performance of their new album at London’s ICA on November 10th see ticket link for more details:

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