Mystery Jets debut new tracks at Mencap show

Little Noise gig climaxes with stage invasion

Mystery Jets
Mystery Jets, Jamie T and Guillemots performed for a special charity show tonight (November 22) in London.

All three bands appeared for Mencap's Little Noise sessions at the Union Chapel in Islington.

Kicking off proceedings, hotly tipped Jamie T played a short solo acoustic set which comprised of tracks from his forthcoming debut album 'Panic Prevention', including his next single 'Calm Down Dearest', 'If You Got The Money' and debut single 'Sheila'.

Mystery Jets used their 35-minute set to debut two new songs - 'Behind The Bun House' and 'Umbrella Head' - along with single 'You Can't Fool Me Dennis' and the previously unreleased 'Half In Love With Elizabeth' as the Eel Pie Island outfit peformed one of their final shows of 2006.

As they drew their slot to a close singer Blaine Harrison joked: "Just because you're in a church doesn't mean you can't dance. I don't think they have church services here anymore so feel free to boogie."

Guillemots rounded off the night with an eventful hour-long set which featured a giant bouncing ball that was eventually passed around the audience, a guest appearance by Emmy The Great and a dramatic stage invasion at the finale, with all three acts chipping in on the track 'Sao Paulo'.

The Little Noise sessions will continue tomorrow night (November 23) with further performances from The Fratellis, The View and Mohair. See NME.COM for a full report.

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