The new video by Muck and the Mires features stunning footage of their hometown of Boston, MA under lockdown. Written recorded and filmed during the pandemic, “Take Me back To Planet Earth” is joyous ode to the good old days before isolation set in. In addition to plenty of outer space hi-jinx, viewers will get to experience The Old North Church, Bunker Hill, The Schrafft’s building Fenway Park and other Boston icons as they have rarely been seen before.
“Take Me Back To Planet Earth” is the new video, single and title track from the upcoming EP by Muck and the Mires on Rumbar Records. The release will feature six fresh tracks all written and recorded while the band has been off the road self-isolating. Muck and the Mires anxiously await their next visit to your hometown, but in the meantime, the band cordially invites you to join them on a video rocket trip through their hometown of Boston and into the far reaches of the galaxy. “Take Me Back To Planet Earth” EP will be available in the fall so prepare for lift off!
Take the 1964 Beatles and put them in CBGB’s circa 1977 and you’ve got Muck and the Mires, Boston’s international garage rock ambassadors. The group achieved worldwide recognition after they were crowned #1 US Garage Rock Band by Little Steven Van Zandt on MTV. Muck and the Mires have performed coast-to-coast in the USA, UK, EU, South America, Canada and Japan. They have shared bills with many of their heroes including The Sonics, The New York Dolls, Ray Davies (The Kinks), The Flamin’ Groovies, The Stooges, and even a Beatle – Pete Best!