Acclaimed Indie Rock band Mystery Jets will be visiting The Vinyl Frontier record shop in Eastbourne this Saturday to play a live set featuring songs from their new album ‘Curve Of The Earth’.
The event kicks off at 6pm on January 23. Entry to the gig is free but priority will be given to those ordering the band’s new album, released last week, on either CD or vinyl record from The Vinyl Frontier’s Grove Road store.
Curve Of The Earth is Mystery Jets’ fifth album to date and has received wide critical acclaim, being compared among others to Tame Impala’s seminal album ‘Lonerism’. The album also enjoyed a glowing four-star review in this week’s New Musical Express (NME).
“This is a brilliant event to be able to host for Eastbourne,” said The Vinyl Frontier’s proprietors Chris King and Rhydd Pugh. “Mystery Jets have been going for 20 years now and appeal to a wide audience, young and not so young alike, so we anticipate a busy turnout on the day.”
The Vinyl Frontier is Eastbourne’s longest-established record shop and has a history of putting on live events.
“We’ve got some really exciting plans in the pipeline this year for live music,” added Chris . “Music fans can find further details about this event as well as up and coming gigs on our Facebook page.”
Fans will be treated to DJ sets before and after the gig, with local music reviewer Neil Martin taking top spot on the decks.
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