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November 2019
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The Mysterines have dropped a brand new track, 'Who's Ur Girl'

It's their first new music since debut EP 'Take Control'.
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Published: 4:34 pm, November 08, 2019
The Mysterines have dropped a brand new track, 'Who's Ur Girl'

Liverpool trio The Mysterines have debuted a brand new single.

Titled 'Who's Ur Girl', it's their first new music since debut EP 'Take Control', which arrived back in the summer, and follows up on recent support slots with the likes of Royal Blood and Sea Girls.

Inspired by David Lynch thriller Blue Velvet the lyrics are based on a narrative of the viewer's experience watching the film, and the perspective of one of the main characters, Dorothy Vallens.

The Mysterines are current 'on' the 'road' alongside The Amazons and Demob Happy. You can catch them at the locations listed after the track below.

November
8 Birmingham - O2 Academy *
9 Leeds - O2 Academy *
11 Nottingham - Rock City *
12 Newcastle - O2 Academy *
13 Glasgow - The Barrowland Ballroom *
15 Manchester - Academy *
16 Cardiff - University *
17 Bristol - O2 Academy *
19 Bournemou O2 Academy *
20 Norwich - UEA *
22 London - O2 Brixton Academy *

December
7 Liverpool - Jimmy’s (SOLD OUT)

* supporting The Amazons with Demob Happy

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