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Mystery Jets - 'Someone Purer'

A return to straighter indie rock'n'roll

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While it’d be a stretch to herald ‘Someone Purer’ as the almighty comedown to the giddy electro-pop of MJ’s last album, ‘Serotonin’, it certainly finds Eel Pie Island’s rag-tag gang returning to a straighter indie rock’n’roll sound – while losing none of their trademark joyous bent.
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