Leeds quartet Mush have shared their brand new track ‘Revising My Fee’, and confirmed plans for a UK and European tour this April.
The track gets taken from their debut album ‘3D Routine’, which is due for release on 14th February via Memphis Industries, and is “a gripe about work/life balance and the generational divide.”
The band’s Dan Hyndman explains further: “[It’s] essentially just how financially poor the younger generation tend to be currently. Lots of debt, very little home ownership prospects. Lots of patronising chatter in the media about pre-made sandwiches and ready meals bankrupting a generation out of home ownership, ignoring the backdrop of a decade of austerity: ‘meal-deal critique, aspirational creed.’ The younger generations are now told they are not go getters the way the baby boomers, largely responsible for how shit things are now, supposedly were.”
The band also have also announced a ten-date tour of UK and Europe, set for April. Check out their tour dates, and listen to ‘Revising My Fee’, below.
18 Nottingham, Rough Trade (In-store)
19 Bristol, Rough Trade (In-store)
20 London, Rough Trade East (In-store)
07 Paris, Supersonic, France
08 Lyon, Le Sonic, France
10 Lille, Pzzle Festival @ Le Grand Mix, France
12 Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall, UK
13 Brighton, The Prince Albert, UK
14 London, Sebright Arms, UK
15 Bristol, The Lanes, UK
16 Manchester, YES, UK
17 Sheffield, Picture House Social, UK
18 Newcastle, The Cumberland Arms, UK
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It follows February’s release of their debut album ‘3D Routine’.
As debuts go, this is an impressive mission statement.
The Leeds newcomers also support Yak this month.
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