Liverpool‘s rising rock band, The Mysterines have revealed details of their much anticipated debut album, “Reeling”, which will be released on March 11th 2022 via Fiction Records. If that’s not enough, the band have also announced a headline tour for March and April 2022, with tickets going on sale next Friday at 10am!
They will kick off their 2021 headline tour next week, after impressing at the UK festivals this summer. The Mysterines have already headlined the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds, as well as securing desirable support slots with the likes of Royal Blood, The Amazons and Sea Girls, so big things are expected of the talented group.
Earlier this week, we were treated to ‘Hung Up’, the second instalment from the forthcoming debut record and follow up to the excellent, ‘In My Head’. Frontwoman, Lia Metcalfe says of the new single: “Hung Up is pretty self explanatory and I intended it to be that way. It’s also a very revengeful song.”
The new album sees the Merseyside group teaming up with acclaimed producer, Catherine Marks, known for her work with Wolf Alice, The Big Moon and PJ Harvey. Metcalfe says: “It’s a pretty ambiguous title for most people, but for me ‘Reeling’ sums up every emotion of the album in just one word. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do”.
We can’t wait to hear the new album. You can listen to ‘Hung Up’ HERE. Check out the full list of tour dates below and keep an eye on our socials next week for a reminder of when tickets go on sale!
THE MYSTERINES TOUR DATES
Oct 13 The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge (SOLD OUT)
Oct 14 The Garage, London (SOLD OUT)
Oct 20 O2 Academy, Leicester
Oct 21 The Crescent, York (SOLD OUT)
Oct 22 The Key Club, Leeds (SOLD OUT)
Oct 23 Club Academy, Manchester
Oct 28 The Mash House, Edinburgh (SOLD OUT)
Oct 29 St Doms, Newcastle
Oct 30 O2 Academy, Liverpool
Mar 18 Ulster Sports Club, Belfast
Mar 19 The Workmans Club (Basement), Dublin
Mar 23 G2, Glasgow
Mar 24 Social, Hull
Mar 25 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Mar 26 Mash, Cambridge
Mar 30 Band On The Wall, Manchester
Mar 31 Castle & Falcon, Birmingham
Apr 1 Electric Ballroom, London
Apr 2 Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool
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