Indie rock band Mystery Jets is coming to Bexhill’s Music’s Not Dead for a public appearance at 2pm next Saturday afternoon.
The band will play some live songs and sign copies of their new album Curve Of The Earth.
It’s ten years now since Mystery Jets released their debut album, Making Dens.
Of all the acts that sprang into life in the wke of The Libertines, Mystery Jets were always the hardest to pin down with their quirky playful pop and psychedelia tendencies, and Blaine Harrison, William Rees, Henry Harrison, and Kapil Trivedi form the current line-up.
On Curve Of The Earth, Mystery Jets have changed tack again, only this time it’s been to strip back some of their more shapeshifting tendencies and distil the essence of what makes them such a great band. Arguably their strongest, most personal and most coherent set of tracks to date, it highlights what the kids down the front of their shows shouting “Zoo Time!” have known all along, that at their centre Mystery Jets simply write amazing songs.