Mystery Jets play live at the Peak Cavern (informally known as the Devil's Arse) in the Peak District village of Castleton as part of events celebrating Jack Daniel's Birthday. They perform the title song from their latest album 'Radlands' which was released back in April this year on Rough Trade records.
Performing live are vocalist and guitarist Blaine Harrison, lead guitarist William Rees and drummer Kapil Trivedi who, in this case, is playing the more portable timbrel. The Devil's Arse is the vastest cave mouth in the whole of the UK making it the perfect setting for a JD party seeing as Jack's well-known whiskey used water from a cave spring in Tennessee.
The Mystery Jets have proved a success from day one with their debut album 'Making Dens' in 2006 becoming the highest charting record of their career. They have since performed at a variety of festivals such as RockNess, Leeds and Reading and Austin, Texas' South By South West festival not to mention sold out shows at Brixton Academy. They have maintained significantly steady successes since their first album which was no mean feat given the frequent coming and going of a variety of band members.
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