Listen: Mew return with ‘Satellites’ track, new album ‘+-‘ and European dates

Mew return with ‘Satellites’ track, new album ‘+-‘ and European dates

Band’s first album in six years is due out this April.

Danish alternative giants Mew have unveiled the lead track from their first album in six years.

‘Satellites’ is a sweeping, gorgeous number that previews ‘+-‘, the follow-up to 2009 LP ‘No More Stories…’.

The new album - out 27th April - is set to feature guest contributions from Russell Lisack (Bloc Party), with recording beginning in May last year, in Copenhagen. It’ll be the band’s first LP since finishing a deal with SONY, this being an independent release. Mew and Michael Beinhorn produce the album, with Rich Costey on mixing duties.

Alongside the new track, Mew have also announced European dates. Presale tickets are available from Wednesday 21st January at 9am.

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17 Glasgow, O2 ABC
19 Manchester, The Ritz
20 London, Roundhouse
22 Paris, Fleche D’or
23 Amsterdam, Melkweg
25 Berlin, Lido

'+-' tracklist:

Satellites
Witness
The Night Believer
Making Friends
Clinging To A Bad Dream
My Complications
Water Slides
Interview The Girls
Rows
Cross The River On Your Own


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