Each time Mystery Jets release an album they seem to have reinvented themselves and brought a new lease of life to their music and their new album is no exception to the rule. Dreaming Of Another World is the second single from their third album Serotonin which was released in the UK on July 5th 2010 through Rough Trade.
Serotonin was recorded at British Grove Studios and produced by Chris Thomas known for his work with Roxy Music, Sex Pistols, Elton John, Pulp and The Pretenders.
The video for Dreaming Of Another World was directed by Yoann Lemione and was inspired by the film A Single Man, it has a 70's Parisian feel and stars Lou Doillon who is the half-sister of Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Mystery Jets Tour Dates:
2nd - Edinburgh Corn Exchange
3rd - Carlisle Sands Centre
5th - Hull City Hall
6th - Sheffield Academy
8th - Liverpool University
9th - Blackburn King Georges Hall
11th - Leeds Academy
12th - Derby Assembly Rooms
14th - Manchester Apollo
16th - Lincoln Engine Shed
17th - Norwich UEA
19th - Southampton Guildhall
20th - Southend Cliffs Pavilion
22nd - Bournemouth Academy
23rd - Newport Centre
25th - Bristol Colston Hall
26th - Birmingham Academy
28th - London Brixton Academy
31st - Leicester De Montfort Hall
1st - Cambridge Corn Exchange
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