Watch Just Mustard return with ‘Seven’

Just Mustard return with ‘Seven’

The Dundalk-based five-piece share their new single and video, alongside some new tour dates!

Just Mustard are back with a banger. Following their support slot with faves Fontaines DC, the Dundalk-based group return with the eerie thumper, led by Katie Ball’s idyllic vocals, that glimmers with intensity and shows just why Just Mustard are ones you shouldn’t be sleeping on.

Accompanied by a new vid too, Katie says of the visuals: “We made the video for ‘Seven’ with our friend Graham Patterson. Through the imagery we explored themes of perspective, perception and faith, taking inspiration from the lyrics. Most of the props in the video are things from my bedroom that we made into villains. We were interested in using mixed media in the storytelling so we included some paintings and made some stop motion animation too.”

The group - made up of Katie, guitarists David Noonan and Mete Kalyon, bassist Rob Clarke and drummer Shane Maguire - have also announced that they’ll be heading on tour around the UK later this year.

Check out the vid and dates below:

OCTOBER

10 - Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh

11 - The Arts Club,Liverpool

12 - Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester

13 - Live at Leeds ‘Ones To Watch’ - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

14 - The Sunflower Lounge,Birmingham

15 - Sebright Arms,London

16 - The Prince Albert,Brighton

18 - SWN Festival, Cardiff

19 - Simple Things Festival, Bristol

NOVEMBER

01 - Puca Festival, Trim, Ireland

02 - Mirrors Festival, The Roundhouse, London

04 - School Night - Ireland Week, Bardot, Los Angeles

8 Nov | Iceland Airwaves, Reykjavik

11 Dec | Voodoo, Belfast

21 Dec| The Button Factory, Dublin

28 Dec| Dolans, The Kasbah, Limerick

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