30 Oct 2011

The Mystery Jets Return To Blighty For Their Biggest Show Yet!

Author: katy | Filed under: Music News

Fans of the indie band ‘The Mystery Jets’ have been breathing a sigh of relief at the recent news of their return to the UK! The band, who have reportedly spent the entire summer in Texas writing and recording new album material, have returned to home soil for the upcoming release of their fourth album and hugely anticipated live show!


The band’s show, which is said to be headlining at the O2 Academy Brixton, is going to be their largest ever gig to date – causing much anticipation and excitement amongst fans everywhere. The UK show will be taking place in the May 2012, to coincide with the band’s equally anticipated new album, which happens to be their fourth.


Lead singer Blaine Harrison spoke out to fans, in a message which clearly demonstrated the lead singer’s own excitement about the band’s upcoming musical releases. Harrison spoke of the band’s latest songs, writing ‘dam me if they aren’t some of our favourite yet!’ He also sent a message out to his home fans, writing ‘It’s been a long old while London and I for one cannot wait.’


The five piece band from Eel Pie Island in Twickenham, have shot to fame over recent years with successful albums such as ‘Twenty One’ and ‘Serotonin’, and have become one of the UK’s most popular indie bands. As a result, the band’s recently announced show is set to become an instant sell-out!


So if you are a massive fan of the Jets, be prepared for the show’s ticket release on Friday 25th November to ensure that you don’t miss out!

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