MT have announced the release of their brand single 'Alpha Romeo' on December 2nd 2013, along with details of an official launch party at the brand new Hackney venue, Oslo, on November 28th.
Already stirring up a groundswell of hype across 2013, MT have found themselves being championed by the likes of NME, Clash, DIY, and winning huge support on BBC Radio One from Phil & Alice, Zane Lowe and Jen Long.
Near-legendary appearances at the likes of London's KOKO and Ridley Road Market Bar (Wu's) have seen MT earn a growing reputation for energetic, inspiring and often euphoric live shows, prompting NME to tip the band as one of their 10 'Ones to Watch' at this year's Great Escape Festival in Brighton.
The forthcoming single 'Alpha Romeo' was produced by Dan Grech (Vaccines, Lana Del Ray) and is a pop anthem of seismic proportions, complete with hook-laden melodies and an unshakeable rhythm section that guarantees it to be one of the catchiest songs of the year. The accompanying b-side, '77' produced by Charlie Huggall (Florence and The Machine, Swim Deep) continues in the same vein with massive pop hooks and thunderous synths.
To celebrate the new release and launch party, for a limited time MT are offering free tickets to their launch party at Oslo with every purchase of an MT t-shirt for just £5 from their online store. After a limited period, all the remaining tickets for the Oslo show will then be released for free to those who register at their website.
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