Busy bunch Mystery Jets have announced a brand new EP, just months after the release of their last full-length. Honestly lads, have a nap.
‘The Whole Earth’ EP is set to be a spiritual successor to this year’s ‘Curve Of The Earth’ LP, which came out back at the start of the year. It’s being led by ‘The World Is Overtaking Me’, an anxiety-laced, bluesy number that still sparkles with the same otherworldly tendencies as that aforementioned latest album.
Stream ‘The World is Overtaking Me’ below via Spotify - ‘The Whole Earth’ is released on September 16th, with Mystery Jets playing the below dates in support. Catch up with the DIY feature with Mystery Jets, while you’re at it.
03 Leicester, O2 Academy
04 Hull, Welly
05 Leeds, Stylus
06 Newcastle, Wylam Brewery
08 Edinburgh, Liquid Room
09 Preston, 53 Degrees
11 Leamington, Spa Assembly Rooms
12 Cambridge, Junction
14 Bath, Komedia
15 London, Hackney Wonderland
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