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Mystery Jets anounce return to work

Mystery Jets anounce return to work
There was supposed to be a new Mystery Jets album in September as well as a tour, but sadly frontman Blaine Harrison needed emergency medical treatment and everything was put on hold.
So the best news: Blaine is fully recovered.
The second best news: the album is being rescheduled for January, and the tours for April. The LP is called A Billion Heartbeats, while the news dates are below, but all original tickets are still valid:
10 April, Manchester, Academy 2
11 April, Kendall, Brewery Arts Centre
13 April, Leeds, Wardrobe
14 April, Glasgow, Oran Mor
16 April, Edinburgh, Caves
17 April, Newcastle, Riverside
19 April, Hull, Welly Club
20 April, Leicester, O2 Academy 2
22 April, London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
24 April, Bristol, Trinity
25 April, Birmingham, Mill
27 April, Oxford, O2 Academy
28 April, Norwich, Waterfront
29 April, Brighton, Concorde 2

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