Mystery Jets bring ‘Two Doors Down’ to V Festival

Band play Virgin Media Union tent show in Chelmsford

Mystery Jets created a mass singalong at the V Festival in Chelmsford this evening (August 23), creating a mass singalong with their hit ‘Two Doors Down’.

The Eel Pie Island band drew a healthy crowd to their show in the Virgin Media Union tent, with the crowd boo-ing near the end of the set when they announced they had just one more song to play – with the collected fans eager for more.

As well as older fan favourites the band played a new song, ‘Lady Grey’. “We’ve been making our new record this summer,” frontman Blaine Harrison told the crowd, introducing the song. “We’d like to play you a song from it.”

The band earned a mass of hand waves for their rendition of slow song ‘Flakes’, while Harrison asked, “V, are you ready to dance?” as set-closer ‘Behind The Bunhouse’ picked up the pace.

Mystery Jets played:

‘Half In Love With Elizabeth’
‘Young Love’
‘Lady Grey’
‘Veiled In Grey’
‘Two Doors Down’
‘Behind The Bunhouse’

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