14 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mystery Jets’ third album gracefully marries the imagination of debut Making Dens to the pop ambition of follow-up 21. And for a record about failed love, it’s defiantly vibrant. “Show Me the Light” fuses chiming indie rock with house basslines and percolating synths, while the title track fashions an unshakeable, stadium-grade chorus from isolation and loss. On the shoegazing grind of "Lorna Doone" though, they know just how to dim the light and re-engage with strangeness.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mystery Jets’ third album gracefully marries the imagination of debut Making Dens to the pop ambition of follow-up 21. And for a record about failed love, it’s defiantly vibrant. “Show Me the Light” fuses chiming indie rock with house basslines and percolating synths, while the title track fashions an unshakeable, stadium-grade chorus from isolation and loss. On the shoegazing grind of "Lorna Doone" though, they know just how to dim the light and re-engage with strangeness.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

NickFrostFan ,

A Classic Band

This is one of their best over the years and they just keep growing in their music and taste and come out with a different sound each time. If you like good music that will become a classic in the future then you should get this album.

Rd2k9 ,

first listen

first listen to this group but wow am i impressed, very good cd definitely worth the buy

YuedEl ,

Best indie pop around

I just love them! Pioneers of the Indie Pop genre, Their simplicity, retro and melancholic feeling hat they impregnate in to their music is so a-temporary that every song feels destined to be a classic

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