Mystery Jets confirm ‘The Whole Earth’ EP

By Live4ever - Posted on 09 Aug 2016 at 6:19am



Mystery Jets

Not content with one of the year’s standout records in the shape of ‘Curve Of The Earth‘, Mystery Jets have added more to their 2016 canon with the brand new EP ‘The Whole Earth‘.

Led by the similarly themed single ‘The World Is Overtaking Me‘, the EP was recorded at their own studio located in a disused button factory in east London, while Blaine Harrison also undertook some of his own sessions in a cabin on the Thames Estuary.

It’s released on September 16th and will also play a part in a new, deluxe version of the ‘Curve Of The Earth’ LP.

“Foals-ian in scope, ‘Telomere‘ is a yawning space of a song chased from the off by half-baked, repeating guitar notes that would jar if it weren’t for the chunky piano and zealous drumming swishing over them,” we said of the album.

‘The Whole Earth’ EP tracklist:

‘The World Is Overtaking Me’
‘Spiralling’
‘My Centurion’
‘Candle’
‘Kickass’



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