Mystery Jets announce ‘personal’ fifth album ‘Curve Of The Earth’

Band will play special London show on November 10

Mystery Jets have announced details of their forthcoming new album ‘Curve Of The Earth’, which is scheduled for release in January 2016.

The band released their last album ‘Radlands’ in 2012 and recently revealed that their fifth full-length has been inspired by Pink Floyd and King Crimson.

Now the group have confirmed that ‘Curve Of The Earth’ will be released on January 22, 2016 via Caroline International. According to a press release, the LP was recorded at a “disused button factory” in east London.

The album has also been described as “the band’s most personal and musically definitive record to date”.

Guitarist William Rees says of the record: “For us, we’ve been through quite a lot in the last couple of years and there have been certain realisations that come with playing in a band that has been together for over two decades… I think these songs have real feeling about them”.

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Mystery Jets will mark their album announcement with a special performance of the record at London’s ICA on November 10. Tickets will be available via a ballot system. Apply for tickets here.

See the album’s tracklisting below:

‘Telomere’
‘Bombay Blue’
‘Bubblegum’
‘Midnight’s Mirrior’
‘1985’
‘Blood Red Balloon’
‘Taken by The Tide’
‘Saturine’
‘The End Up’