‘Reeling’ Will Release In March 2022!
The Mysterines have also announced they’ll hit the road in Spring 2022!
Today, Liverpool quartet The Mysterines have announced their highly anticipated debut album, which is titled ‘Reeling’ will release on 11th March 2022. They have also released a single off the album, which you can listen to here, and you can head here and pre-order their debut album!
The band have also announced that their 2022 UK Tour will take place in March/April 2022, so it will lineup nicely with the release of what is sure to be an incredible debut album. The tour will see them play a night at the fantastic Electric Ballroom in London.
The Mysterines are a true force to be reckoned with in UK rock. Barely out of their teens, they sold out their first ever UK headline tour in February 2020, have supported Royal Blood, The Amazons and Sea Girls on tour, as well as headlined the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading and Leeds.
‘Hung Up’ is the second taste of the Merseyside powerhouse’s debut album, following the gritty ‘In My Head’ released earlier this summer. The new track is a stomping, unrelenting and yearning post-grunge anthem, gasping for more. Frontwoman Lia Metcalfe explains, “Hung Up is pretty self explanatory and I intended it to be that way. It’s also a very revengeful song.”
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.
They Mysterines are about to go on tour, with things being kicked off next week in Hebden Bridge. You can check out their full tour schedule below, which includes the tour this year and the newly announced 2022 dates. Tickets are available here.
Oct 13 The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge (SOLD OUT)
Oct 14 The Garage, London (SOLD OUT)
Oct 20 O2 Academy, Leicester
Oct 21 The Crescent, York (SOLD OUT)
Oct 22 The Key Club, Leeds (SOLD OUT)
Oct 23 Club Academy, Manchester
Oct 28 The Mash House, Edinburgh (SOLD OUT)
Oct 29 St Doms, Newcastle
Oct 30 O2 Academy, Liverpool
Mar 18 Ulster Sports Club, Belfast
Mar 19 The Workmans Club (Basement), Dublin
Mar 23 G2, Glasgow
Mar 24 Social, Hull
Mar 25 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Mar 26 Mash, Cambridge
Mar 30 Band On The Wall, Manchester
Mar 31 Castle & Falcon, Birmingham
Apr 1 Electric Ballroom, London
Apr 2 Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool