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Merseyside alt rockers The Mysterines’ announce debut album and local gigs this March

2022 marks the release of Merseyside alt rockers The Mysterines’ debut album ‘Reeling’, due March 11th 2022 via Fiction Records.

The Mysterines are a true force to be reckoned with in UK rock. Barely out of their teens, they completely sold out both their 2020 and 2021 headline tours, were selected as one of Amazon Music UK’s Ones To Watch 2022, have supported Royal Blood, The Amazons and Sea Girls on tour, as well as headlined the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds. Their fans include Steve Lamacq, Jack Saunders, Clara Amfo, Dan P Carter and Huw Stephens, alongside tastemakers NME, Independent, Metro, MOJO, DIY, Dork, Upset, CLASH and Gigwise.

You can catch the band twice in Liverpool in March with an in-store at Phase One on the 14th March and a headline show at Invisible Wind Factory on the 2nd April.

The Mysterines debut album ‘Reeling’ was made under the watchful eye of acclaimed producer Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice, The Big Moon, PJ Harvey) over three weeks in between lockdowns at Assault & Battery studios in London, recorded live to capture the intensity of the songs. “It’s a pretty ambiguous title for most people, but for me ‘Reeling’ sums up every emotion of the album in just one word,” says Lia. “It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do,” she explains.

The Mysterines Record In-stores
7-Mar-22 Leeds Crash Records
8-Mar-22 Sheffield Foundry
9-Mar-22 Brighton Resident Music
11-Mar-22 London Rough Trade East
12-Mar-22 Bristol Rough Trade
12-Mar-22 Marlborough Town Hall
13-Mar-22 Nottingham Rough Trade
14-Mar-22 Liverpool Phase One
15-Mar-22 Preston Blitz
 
The Mysterines 2022 headline UK tour dates 
18-Mar-22 Belfast Ulster Sports Club
23-Mar-22 Glasgow G2, The Garage
24-Mar-22 Kingston Upon Hull Social
25-Mar-22 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
26-Mar-22  Cambridge Mash
30-Mar-22 Manchester Band On The Wall
31-Mar-22 Birmingham The Castle & Falcon
1-Apr-22 London Electric Ballroom
2-Apr-22 Liverpool Invisible Wind Factory

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