Single – The Boy Who Ran Away – 27th Feb 2006
Mystery Jets release their first single of 2006, The Boy Who Ran Away through 679 Recordings on 27th Feb 2006. The band have are also set to release their debut album Making Dens on 6th March 2006. Both single and album have been recorded with James Ford on Eel Pie Island. The single will be released on CD and two 7".
The Mystery Jets are Blaine Harrison – Vocals, Keyboards & Percussion, Will Rees - Guitar, Keyboard & Backing Vocals, Henry Harrison – Guitar, Keyboards, Mellotron, Backing Vocals, Kai Fish – Bass, Backing Vocals, Kapil Trivedi – Drums.
Mystery Jets are touring in January on the NME Awards Tour; they take the much-esteemed opening slot, which in previous years has hosted the likes of Franz Ferdinand and The Kaiser Chiefs. They have also announced their very own headline tour for March. All dates are as follows.
Thu 9th Norwich UEA (Sold Out)
Sat 11th Cardiff University (Sold Out)
Mon 13th Bristol Carling Academy (Sold Out)
Wed 15th Portsmouth Guildhall (Sold Out)
Thu 16th Brighton Dome (Sold Out)
Fri 17th London Brixton Carling Academy (Sold Out)
Sun 5th Manchester Jabez Clegg 0161 832 1111 (Â£9.00)
Mon 6th Glasgow Garage 0870 169 0100 (Â£8.50
Tues 7th Sheffield Leadmill 0870 060 3777 (Â£8.50)
Thurs 9th London Mean Fiddler 0115 958 8484 (Â£11.00)
Fri 10th Leeds Cockpit 0113 245 5570 (Â£8.50)
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