The Mysterines have dropped a ‘Dangerous’ new single

The song itself isn't dangerous. You don't need to worry.

The Mysterines have dropped a new single, ‘Dangerous’.

It’s taken from their debut album ‘Reeling’, which is set for release on 11th March via Fiction, and arrives ahead of an upcoming headline tour.

The band’s Lia Metcalfe explains: “‘Dangerous’ is about those wild cycles that life sometimes traps you in, the ones that seem desirable at first but quickly become very ‘dangerous’. Whether it be with people, places, relationships – the hardest part is always letting go.”

Check it out below, and check out the band live at the following:

18 Ulster Sports Club, Belfast
19 The Workmans Club (Basement), Dublin
23 G2, Glasgow
24 Social, Hull
25 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
26 Mash, Cambridge
30 Band On The Wall, Manchester
31 Castle & Falcon, Birmingham

1 Electric Ballroom, London
2 Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool

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