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Mystery Jets have re-announced their new album, which was postponed due to ill health

The record will now be coming in April.
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Published: 11:39 am, January 23, 2020
Mystery Jets have re-announced their new album, which was postponed due to ill health

Mystery Jets have re-announced their new album, which was postponed due to ill health.

‘A Billion Heartbeats’ - originally due last year - will now be released on 3rd April, accompanied by a rescheduled tour that kicks off on 10th April. The band have also shared their new single, 'Petty Drone'.

"This album wasn’t about making pointed opinions,” says Blaine Harrison. “It was about being a mirror for what’s going on, reflecting back the way people are feeling.”

Catch them live at the following:

APRIL
10 Academy 2 – Manchester
11 Brewery Arts Centre – Kendal
13 The Wardrobe – Leeds
14 Oran Mor – Glasgow
16 The Caves – Edinburgh
17 The Riverside – Newcastle
19 The Welly – Hull
20 O2 Academy 2 – Leicester
22 O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
24 Trinity – Bristol
25 The Mill – Birmingham
27 O2 Academy – Oxford
29 Concorde 2 – Brighton

MAY
01 Junction – Cambridge

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