The Mysterines have announced a new show in Kingston next month

The band will play the date for Banquet Records at Pryzm, with tickets on sale tomorrow (16th March) at 11am.

The Mysterines have announced a new show in Kingston next month.

The band will play the date for Banquet Records at Pryzm, with tickets on sale tomorrow (16th March) at 11am.

The Mysterines are currently locked in a chart battle with their debut album ‘Reeling’, which sat inside the Official UK Albums Chart top ten on Monday.

Speaking to Dork in our new issue, out today, Lia Metcalfe told us about the recording of the album.

“I think the strangest thing about the pandemic and the writing and recording process of ‘Reeling’ is that I’d never experienced either recording a debut album or a pandemic, and nor had the lads – I guess like most people,” she explains. “It was a time of completely new encounters for us all, and I guess because we didn’t really know any different about recording at that point, it didn’t feel like limitations were in place, or we were doing anything differently to how an album is constructed…

“You know, it’s sort of like placing someone on a rollercoaster for the first time, without a seatbelt, and them surviving the experience and then asking them to describe how unsafe they felt… I mean, if they didn’t know seatbelts existed, they’re not going to know any different, and quite possibly, they’re always going to want to ride the rollercoaster that way. “

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